The P60 Team

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Andrew Silke
Creative Director / Producer

Parallel 60 Media Inc., under the lead of Andrew Silke, has been producing in Yellowknife, NWT for more than 10 years offering a full range of multimedia, graphic design, video, and animation services to a variety of local, territorial, and national clients.
 
Andrew is a born and raised Northerner. He has produced and contributed to countless award winning projects over the last decade, working with several high-profile clients such as the Government of the Northwest Territories, Artless Collective, Tłįcho Government, Dene First Nation, Kitikmeot Inuit Association, and many more.
 
He has contributed to several Marcom award-wining design / multimedia projects and his work has earned him invites to the Cannes Film Festival and New York Film Festival, and has also earned him several award nominations at the Alberta Motion Pictures Industry Association and the NWT Professional Media Association.

Alina Young Chan
Media Production Coordinator

Alina Young Chan is Parallel 60 Media Inc.’s Media Production Coordinator. She previously gained a broad spectrum of multimedia production experience in curatorial settings in Ireland and Scotland before coming to Yellowknife. 

Alina is a multi-disciplinary artist and academic who has graduated in the fields of art, art history, musical instrument making, philosophy, and most recently earned an MSc in Modern and Contemporary Art from the University of Edinburgh in 2020.

 
She has written on the topic of contemporary Northern art, and relocated to Yellowknife in 2021 in order to gain some lived experience of the northern art scene and explore this field of interest further.

Partnering Media Artists and Co-Producers

Parallel 60 Media has a vast network of Northern Producers and Media Artists that we love to work with when the project requires collaboration, whether it be award winning illustrators, screenwriters, cinematographers, or other independent producers. 

In our communities it often takes the efforts of several professionals to contribute to the success of a project, and we like to embrace that.