After years of chatter about the ‘virtual office’ we have rolled out that idea in a meaningful way.

For decades we have worked with clients both far and wide, but done that from our single location in Vancouver, BC.

Now, whether we are dealing with our clients around the corner, or around the world, we can do what we do from Vancouver, Ontario, a BC gulf island, Provence, Whistler, or Amsterdam — anywhere that our work and lives take us.

Over the years we’ve also forged some great connections for products and services around the globe — custom-designed bottles from Yunchen; books printed in Winnipeg and Guangzhou; aluminum extrusions from Taipei; SEO expertise from London, programming from Bucharest… the list goes on.

We recruit the right team for your project — regardless of where you, we, or other key players are.


contact far and wide marketing Kate NisbetKate Nisbet, Principal & Senior Designer

T: 604.376.6490


Kate articled with us during the summer of 2003 as the career prep component of her design program in Ontario. Being the consummate performer that she is, she graduated top of her class in 2004 and moved to Vancouver for a full-time position here in August of the same year. Kate is now an associate partner of Far & Wide Marketing Inc.

contact far and wide marketing Ian McSorleyIan McSorley, Consulting founder

T: 778.999.9979


Ian’s first commercial projects included architectural renderings for Arthur Erickson and technical illustrations for Phil Nuytten — developer of the one-atmosphere deep-diving Newtsuit. His biological illustrations and exhibit design for the Institute of Ocean Sciences took him 750′ down to the bottom of Saanich Inlet in the Pisces submersible. Did I mention he loves science, technology, and architecture? True. Could be why he’s known as Data or Mr. Science to some of his closest lampooners.

contact far and wide marketing Kelly BrooksKelly Brooks, Consulting founder

T: 604.323.4197


Kelly has delivered great DRM for heavyweights such as TELUS, VanCity, Johnson & Johnson, Allstream, and the University of British Columbia. These campaigns don’t just look great; they pull results. Results like a 26%+ response for Manitoba Telecom. Or her award-winning UBC fundraiser that achieved a remarkable 31% increase in revenues over the previous year.