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Ottawa 613-686-6710
Vancouver 604-800-0430
FAX 613-686-6711
Toll-Free 1-877-887-7659

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955-B Gladstone Ave
Ottawa, ON K1Y 3E5
Canada
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About us

Project X Productions Inc. is a full-service production company that has been operating out of Ottawa for over eight years.

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Project X Productions offers reliable, high-quality service to a wide range of clients. From small press-conference set-ups to full design and implementation of large-scale events and shows.

Experts in every aspect of the industry, the team is experienced in operating audio, visual, lighting, and turn-key control systems, designing and overseeing concerts, large-scale productions, corporate events, and even live televised performances. Staying on the cutting edge of industry innovations, Project X has maintained dominance in their field by knowing new technologies and constantly refining their training.

Team

Matt Lesage

ETCP-certified entertainment electrician, Matt has over 18 years of experience in the Audio Visual and Live event industries. Turn-key control solutions, live concerts, world fairs, and state dinners; Matt has mastered all aspects of presentation and live event production. His experience includes technical design and installation of lighting and audio visual systems as well as operation of all types of video, projection, and control systems for all manner of exhibits and events.

Scott willard

With over twelve years of experience in live event production, Scott has served as a Light Technician, Programmer and Designer, as well as a touring Stage Manager/Technical Director on multiple world-wide tours. His experience with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. exposed him to some of the most sophisticated theatres in the world. With a college education in business and extensive training in leadership and personnel development, Scott offers an approach to the challenges of event production that often differs from other experts and always proves to be an asset. These days, Scott can be found managing the day to day aspects of the business at Project X.

Charles Arrata

With over 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Charles has built a reputation as a knowledgeable and straightforward individual with a considerable skill set. Having produced events in every province and territory in Canada, from 300 moving light live television broadcasts down to single microphone press conferences, Charles understands that everyone's event is most important to them. Charles holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ryerson University, and is the first person in Canada to complete all three levels of the Entertainment Technician Certification Program. He has been active for 5+ years representing Project X in his current home base of Vancouver, BC.

Alex Cousineau

With over 12 years of professional experience in the live event industry, Alex began his career with the City of Gatineau offering creative, technical, and maintenance services to various theatres and festivals. His passion for the industry led him abroad, traveling for 7 years with Cirque du Soleil. Alex is a multi-faceted technician with advanced skills in automation, rigging, video, audio, and lighting.

Andrew Morphew

A valuable contributor to Project X for close to a decade, Andrew over the years has developed an expertise in both lighting and video. He also prides himself in his leadership, production, and managerial skills. Andrew is the project manager of choice for many of our clients.

François Meilleur

Having started his career over ten years ago in the underground scene, François developed a great interest in technical theatre production. He followed a course which quickly lead him to work professionally in venues, festivals and tours. To this day, François keeps improving his knowledge in audio, lighting and rigging.

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