We’ve recently hired Marc Bossé, an experienced web developer, to help meet the growing demands on our digital team. Marc is a creative developer with a decade of experience working in fast-paced, platform-focused workplaces. We’re looking forward to seeing him apply his creative eye to bringing our team’s website projects to life.

What sparked your interest in development?

The ever-changing environment and technologies, and the demand are what originally drove me to the field. People's constant desire for something unique/bespoke/only-for-them and what they’ll do to get it or create it will never cease to amaze me.

What do you bring to the Studio123 dynamic?

Ten years of experience, a fresh set of eyes and a “can do” attitude.

What skills are you hoping to develop in your new role at Studio123?

I’m hoping to blow-up my skill set in regards to front-end & creative programming. I’ve been stuck toiling behind the scenes for so long, it’s nice to create deliverables people will actually get to see and interact with!

Do you have any favourite hobbies?

The fields I’ve been gravitating around for the last few years are:

  • Illustration and animation (both 2D and 3D)
  • 3D modeling for printing
  • Messing around in the kitchen (cooking, dabbling in homemade soda, etc.)

What’s the last movie you saw? Was it awesome, or did it suck?

I rewatched the Bob’s Burger Movie last night. It’s a cartoon, it’s got singing, it’s great! I’m also a huge fan of the show, so it’s nice to see it get the Big Screen glow-up.

You’re stranded on an island and only have 3 albums with you. What albums would they be?

  • Gorillaz - Plastic Beach (c’mon, I’m on a beach & I want some funky fun times that only Gorillaz can provide)
  • Frank Sinatra or Stevie Wonder Greatest Hits (take me away you crooners of yesterday, I’m probably going to die here, tell me how beautiful life was south of the border)
  • Almost anything by Anderson .Paak/Silk Sonic (in case you gotta be a smooth motha-shut yo mouth!)


Some of Marc's favourites.

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