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K.creative offers a range of creative services, including: Web design, content management and editorial services; graphic design and image correction; and music composition for websites, videos and films.

This company is headed by Kenneth Hemmerick, an award-winning interdisciplinary artist who is based in Montreal. He graduated with distinction from Concordia University, earning a BFA in Interdisciplinary Studies.

To date, he has had 27 solo, juried and group shows in Canada, the U.S., Argentina and South Korea. In addition, he has had exhibitions of his videos in Montreal, Hull, Toronto, Vancouver, Mexico and Cuba. His works are owned by collectors in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and the UK.

Kenneth is a published author and experienced editor. He has written articles for a variety of publications and has edited curriculum and a wide range of materials.

Over the years he has developed a number of websites, one which garnered a couple of awards, and was featured in the international publication, the Guardian Weekly, and in the Montreal Gazette.

Skilled in image manipulation and correction, Kenneth has also prepared newsletters and special graphics for organizations, including groups such as the Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Arts NDG, Project Pride, Pets and Friends, BC Humane Education Society, BCSPCA and Chabad Queen Mary.

Hemmerick has written music for award-winning films, including two with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), and for his video productions -one of which won a couple of awards. His music and art have been featured on the CBC's program, "ZED TV." In addition, various compositions have been in the TOP TEN of Broadjam.com and spotlighted on IUMA.com, and on the CBC's Radio 3 website.

a Montreal interdisciplinary source for editorial, Web, graphic and sound creativity.

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