Bryn Ludlow, Ph.D.
Art • Research • Creative Production
In January 2021, I started my part-time business with the intention to develop creative and participatory visual experiences, arts-based research for social change, and communication materials that advance health equity initiatives with underrepresented populations (e.g., BIPOC+ and people of mixed ancestral heritage, 2SLGBTQIA+, Indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, veterans, youth, immigrants, older adults, full-time independent artists and so on) and their allies.
To ensure that underrepresented populations have equitable access to creative services that add value to their contributions in the world.
Creative, client-centred communication design and qualitative research initiatives that advocate for equity and non-discrimination for all.
Creativity and Harmony
To work in authentic, creative ways with flexible boundaries and limits.
Honesty and Transparency
To produce original work that advances the ethical initiatives of all collaborators.
Reciprocity and Respect
To work in intentional, and reciprocal ways that facilitate a respectful experience for all.
Bryn dives into the “how” and “why” bringing a depth to her creative approach to projects. Her clear communication and timely delivery of results supports project plans to a successful completion. If you are looking for a fresh take with depth, Bryn Ludlow is the answer.
Shannon Weber, MSW
Author, Show Up Hard: A Road Map for Helpers in Crisis
From the early conceptual stages, through to design and then implementation of the vision for my website,Bryn was a complete pleasure to work with and made the entire process smooth and enjoyable. For any question, large or small, Bryn was able to provide excellent advice. I was amazed at how well she was able to pick up on subtle details relating to my aesthetic preferences that really shone through in the final product. What a fantastic experience, I would definitely recommend!
Suze Berkhout, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Clinician-Investigator, University Health Network
We reached out to Bryn to collaborate on a webinar series exploring innovative research methods in gerontology. Working with Bryn was an absolute pleasure, she was professional and accommodating to the needs of our organization. Following her presentation, we received overwhelming positive feedback from webinar attendees who indicated that Bryn was a knowledgeable and engaging speaker. Bryn went above and beyond for our organization by making herself available to answer questions following her presentation.
Ariane Seguin Massie, President
Canadian Association on Gerontology (Student Connection)