Nous mettons les gens en avant,
la compagnie est invisible.


We put people upfront,
the company is invisible.




Daniel Fortin 
Président / President
Chef de la création /
Chief Creative Officer
Cofoundateur / Co-Founder


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Daniel Fortin has created more than 800 projects & shows
and managed worldwide production budgets of over 400 million dollars.

With a transdisciplinary approach to creation, Daniel Fortin is a leader of award-winning visual, storytelling, brand and live performance design.

He has held the position of Vice-president of Creation of global live entertainment at Cirque du Soleil, where he led all new creations until the live entertainment industry was hit by the covid-19 pandemic. Arriving at Cirque du soleil in 2014 as the Executive Creative Director of 45 degrees, the events and experience branch of the company, his strong visual sensibility and dedication to putting the right teams together significantly impacted the range and reach of cirque du soleil’s projects.

Recognized for his unusual ability to work seamlessly between the worlds of stage, fine art, film and brand experience design, his signature is one of sophisticated visuals backed by strong narrative intention.

This was the driving force behind EPOXY, the creative agency he founded in 1992 which quickly grew to become an international powerhouse with offices in Montreal, Paris and Tokyo. During that time he created stamp designs for Canada Post, the global rebranding of Aeroplan, branding and cosmetic design for renowned Lacroix Ski in France, title design and visual effects for Hollywood movies, product and interface designs for SONY Content Laboratory in Tokyo, as weglobal communication strategies and creation for major technology brands like Microsoft Softimage, avid and Discreet Logic to name a few.

Selling his agency after 14 years to pursue new projects, Daniel went on to work as an independent creative director with various organizations including Moment Factory and Phi Centre (Vice-President Creation), taking on a diverse range of projects from the redesign of Montreal’s Olympic Tower lighting, the rebranding strategy and design of Moment Factory to the branding and the cosmetic design of UFC Champion George St-Pierre’s combat clothing, while also creating Award-Winning stage, set and exhibit designs for clients such as the Just for Laughs Festival.

Always loyal to his roots in the fine arts and his early years under the mentorship of artist Michael Snow, Daniel has been a lecturer and guest speaker at many universities across Canada and has been an executive member of the board of the innovative ELEKTRA Festival of new digital art since its inception. His work with Michael Snow is included in the permanent collection of the Musée des Beaux Arts du Québec and has been exhibited in museums including the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, the Australian Center for the Moving Image and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Board member of the ELEKTRA International Digital Arts Festival.

Sonya St-MartinCheffe de la performance humaine
et de la production /
Chief Human Performance
and Production Officer
Cofondatrice / Co-Founder


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Sonya St-Martin has been passionate about the circus arts since an early age. At 11, the stage was already part of her life. She began as an acrobat for Cirque du Soleil, first in the show Saltimbanco (1992), then Alegria (1995 and 1996). Following an injury, Sonya was forced to put her passion aside temporarily and look to other professions. She returned to academics and obtained a diploma in cultural and corporate events from the School of Show Business in Montreal.

In 2000, she made a strong comeback with the firm intention of devoting herself entirely to the performing arts. With her diploma in her pocket, Sonya became tour director, artistic director and then general manager of the show RAIN at Cirque Éloize. She then became artistic director of the Cavalia show created by the company of the same name. Her career then took her to the four corners of the planet where she had the chance to collaborate on several major events including the opening of the Place des Festivals in Montreal (Live event broadcast), the opening ceremony of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Azerbaijan (2012), FIFA Istanbul, Cirque du Soleil's Allavita, presented respectively as part of the Universal Exhibition in Milan (Italy) and Reflekt in Astana (Kazakhstan) and JOYA, a resident show by Cirque du Soleil in Mexico. In 2018, she added a new creation to her portfolio, directing Cirque du Soleil’s Diva show in Andora. She also signed the acrobatic design of Cirque du Soleil’s Axel Ice Show in 2019.




Marc Lapointe
Chef des finances et du légal /
Chief Legal and Finance Officer
Cofondateur / Co-Founder


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An entertainment and finance lawyer formed as a screenwriter and director, Marc is co-founder and co-owner of Soupe du Jour Productions, an entertainment company focused on developing and producing content for multiple platforms. He is also co-owner of the Omada Agency, as well as co-founder and co-owner of LP Legal, a legal and business boutique dedicated to helping clients build and grow their businesses through legal and business advisory. Marc works closely with creative people to help them reach their objectives, be it as script consultant, content advisor or co-writer on books and scripts, but sometimes also purely as a business strategy and financial model developer. Marc has recently produced his first feature film, a psychological thriller due to be released in the fall of 2022, and worked on a live-event concept in China for the Chimelong group.

A former General manager of a Music Business Group and of a Music Festival, he also has solid knowledge of the business side of live events.

Nathalie Brunet
Cheffe des affaires /
Chief Business Officer
Cofondatrice / Co-Founder


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Trained as a lawyer, Nathalie Brunet is the founder of the Omada agency. Her vision of artist representation is shared and elevated through her infectious passion. Under her direction and through strategic partnerships with Los Angeles, Toronto, and Paris, the agency has rapidly become one of the most important of its kind. Even today, after securing an impressive portfolio of elite artists, Nathalie remains as passionate as she was on the first day. Throughout the years, she has developed a deep understanding of the life cycle of a production, from page to screen, making her a trusted adviser to her clients and industry partners.

A top tier negociator, Nathalie acts both as a catalist and facilitator for Artists in their Creative endeavors.

Nathalie has recently produced his first feature film, a psychological thriller due to be released in the fall of 2022.