Our team

Brad

President

Brad Muncs
  • A professional achievement you’re particularly proud of?
    Founding Symetris, a company still going strong after 13 years in business
  • Your web specialties are?
    Everything. I eat, sleep & drink web.
  • Social media is all about…?
    « Creating engagement and interactivity. » But in real life, it’s to spy on your neighbors.
  • Pastel is…?
    In competition with neon as humanity’s worst chromatic error.
  • Where were you 10 years ago?
    In China… or was it Spain? Or Japan? Or France? Or Thailand?... (I travel a lot!)

Julie-Arsène

Account executive

Julie Arsène Talbot
  • What your colleagues really say about you?
    My office can be quite a mess and staff can hear me laugh two levels down
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    My plant. Even though it's plastic, it helps to "feng shui" my mess (oups! I meant stuff)
  • You can’t live without…?
    Internet, sunglasses, my bike
  • Your childhood dream?
    Be a spy
  • Your worst embarrassment?
    You'll NEVER know!!!

Karine

Account manager

Karine Trudel
  • What I bring to the team
    Solid background in client management and my wide variety of smoothie recipes
  • What your colleagues would say about you
    Efficient and friendly…but doesn't have nice handwriting!
  • At school you were:
    Chatty!
  • You would have liked to be the inventor of:
    Post-its and double-sided tape
  • Your biggest embarrassment:
    Ha Ha, Nice try!

Hubert

Project manager

Hubert Carignan
  • What do you contribute to the Symetris team?
    Project management and a deep knowledge of the Dragonball universe
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    A good idea jar
  • Your childhood dream?
    To become a jedi knight
  • Pastel is…?
    PASTELlement beau ! Badoum tisch (a lost in translation pun. But trust me, a very good pun)
  • Your worst embarrassement?
    Wanting to be nice, I offered a guitar pick to a one-armed guitarist

Élisabeth

Project manager

Élisabeth Lafrance
  • A professional achievement you’re particularly proud of?
    3 days and two nights for the Sainte-Justine Kids Foundation
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    At this very moment? Balloons!
  • The least useful thing on your desk?
    Probably balloons tomorrow.
  • Your childhood dream?
    Riding through Canada on Roller Blades
  • What you thought you would never see in your lifetime?
    I haven't seen anything yet, I swear.

David

Web Developer

David Pinard
  • Your web specialties are?
    Mastery of Drupal (an online Content Management System)
  • The future of the web?
    Infinity and beyond!
  • What your colleagues say about you?
    Funny, sociable and motivated
  • What your colleagues really say about you?
    Funny
  • What’s the most useful thing on your desk?
    My coffee
  • What you thought you would never see in your lifetime?
    Every single Harry Potter film

Matthieu

Web developer

Matthieu Gadrat
  • Your web specialties are?
    Php, MySql, Html, XHtml, JavaScript, Css, Jquery, Drupal, Code Ignitor, Wordpress, Ajax
  • What your colleagues say about you?
    The guy with the creative solution
  • What your colleagues really say about you?
    The guy with the nonsense solution
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    A full cup of coffee
  • The least useful thing on your desk?
    An empty cup of coffee
  • The most beautiful moment of your life?
    A vertical ski descent with snow up to my waist at an altitude of 2800 meters lost in the Alps.

David

Web developer

David Arbour
  • A professional achievement you’re particularly proud of?
    Finally having found a real job, I used to be a musician…
  • At school, I was…?
    Good :/ and attentive
  • You can’t live without…?
    My daughter and my music
  • You never thought you would see in your lifetime?
    It wouldn’t be appropriate to say here…
  • Your worst embarassement?
    I broke my new bass guitar during a public sound test

Pascal

Web Developer

Pascal Rioux
  • A professional achievement you’re particularly proud of?
    To have survived a croud of enraged hipsters in a feline-themed t-shirt shopping frenzy at Osheaga
  • The least useful thing on your desk?
    My rubik's cube
  • Pastel is...?
    An enemy to destroy
  • You never thought you would see in your lifetime?
    A limbless man in Berlin
  • Where were you 10 years ago at the same date?
    Finding a way to annoy my brother

Enrique

Web developer

Enrique Diaz Carranza
  • Pastel is…?
    A question for designers
  • You never thought you would see in your lifetime?
    The dissolution of the Soviet Union (Yes, I'm old, a cold war baby)
  • What I bring to the team
    White hairs
  • When I retire…
    I'll take the essential role of being the old grumpy man
  • You would have liked to be the inventor of...?
    A time machine

David-Alexandre

Web developper

David-Alexandre Fauvelle
  • What do you contribute to the Symetris team?
    Being the third "David" in the team!
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    The dolphin mug
  • The least useful thing on your desk?
    A pack of DVD-Rs, and I'm not quite sure why they're here
  • Your childhood dream?
    Discovering a new dinosaur
  • A genius?
    Like in a lamp?

Maxime

Web developper

Maxime Lavoie
  • You would have liked to be the inventor of...?
    Quake 2
  • Your childhood dream?
    Beat my brother's Time Record on Mario Raceway (Mario Kart 64)
  • They say you look like…?
    A guy 5 years younger than my actual age
  • You never thought you would see in your lifetime?
    1cm of mold on a spatula in my friend's apartment
  • Where were you 10 years ago at the same date?
    In my bed swearing that I would never drink again in my life

Chris

Web Developer

Christopher Tomasso
  • The internet of tomorrow will be?
    A history book for sentient robots
  • The most useful thing on your desk?
    My elbows
  • People say you look like...?
    Oscar Isaac in Ex Machina
  • Your childhood dream?
    To become rich and successful. In a Batman kind of way...
  • You can’t live without…?
    Coffee. Let's face it, coffee is a programmer's gasoline.