Here at Glacier Media, our internal agency ecosystem is made up of 150+ folks.

It’s time for another edition of Team GMD Q&A. It’s kind of like Vogue’s 73 Questions. Instead, it’s in blog form and there are less than 10 questions—because you’re busy and we respect your time.

This week on team GMD we are introducing Lebon Siu, our Video Production Designer.

We’re excited to reintroduce a familiar face who has recently rejoined our team. Say hello (again) to Lebon, our talented Video Production Designer. With over 7+ years of combined experience working for design agencies and in-house design teams, Lebon brings a wealth of experience and a fresh new perspective to video production at GMD. Join us as we discuss motion graphics,  jazz splits, and breadsticks. Read on to learn more about Lebon!

In a short paragraph, tell us a little bit about your role at GMD. What do you do on a daily basis:

As the Video Production Designer, I cover all the bases of video production from storyboarding and prototyping to editing and post-production. At GMD, my goal is to understand client objectives and create engaging video and motion graphics solutions that meet their needs. I also work closely with the creative team and stakeholders to ensure that video deliverables are aligned with the client’s brand standards and tone of voice.

I bring my love of music and storytelling to every video project, and believe in using the power of narrative to create emotional connections between business and consumer.

Describe yourself in three words (it’s hard, I know)

Dressed and Funky Fresh

Personal kryptonite

Getting full off unlimited breadsticks at Olive Garden.

Hidden talent:

I can jump into the jazz splits pretty easily.


Breaking, collecting bad genre films, mindful walks.

A cause/causes you are passionate about:

Mental Health Awareness and LGBTQI+ Rights.

The best part of your job?

I love the variety of stories that I get to tell for our wide range of clients. Every day I get to work on new video projects that explore different worlds, emotions, and ideas. I’m always grateful to be a trusted steward of a client’s story, and I like to return the honor by actively listening and staying curious.

Motto or personal mantra?

Do it scared and do it unprepared!

What are you currently reading?

“The Creative Act: A Way of Being” by Rick Rubin.

This is a handbook for life. Highly recommended to anyone who is pursuing a creative career. This book is a gamechanger and has shaped my artistic process. It sits by my bedside table and it is the first thing I read in the morning and last thing I read before bed.

Follow-up question: What’s your favourite quote from the book?

“Ultimately, your desire to create must be greater than your fear of it.” – Rick Rubin

What gets you out of bed in the morning (other than your alarm)?

Wanting to be better than the person I was yesterday.

Favourite way to unwind after work?

Taking as many dance classes as possible at Robson Square and pushing my body to the limit.

If you had to give a TED talk, what would it be about?

Ways to achieve work-life balance by setting better boundaries

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you?

Young Mazino. Produced by A24.


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