Morag (Philps) Burke

 

Director - KuckiCo, Canada

Director - TRIA Consultants Pty Ltd, Australia

Director - TRIA Consultants Ltd, Canada

 

West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Morag Burke has her own business Board of Advisors and is the Business Director for TRIA Consultants Pty Ltd and Director of KuckiCo. Having lived in Sydney, London and Hong Kong, she now lives in Vancouver.  She is the co-founder and owner of TRIA Consultants Pty Ltd and KuckiCo. TRIA works with a Global client base providing Event Branding solutions to major international events. With a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, Morag has set up businesses in Sydney, London, Hong Kong & Vancouver. She assists clients improve profitability, marketability and efficiency. Working with both large Event and Corporate clients such as Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, Baku 2015 1st European Games, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Sydney Royal Easter Show, London Olympics 2012, 2009 Sydney World Masters Games and World Youth Day 2008, Morag has extensive experience and understanding of the challenges faced by any large organisation. Her strategic thinking, business analysis and budgeting projections help clients to see the bigger picture and enable cost effective, impactful event branding solutions.

Morag brings all the above skills to the KuckiCo team and is enjoying this new feature film adventure.

Eileen Hoeter

 

Producer - KuckiCo, Canada

President - Hoetergraphics, Canada

Owner - Createher Productions, Canada

 

Vancouver, Los Angeles, Mexico

Eileen Hoeter has been involved in the Film Industry since 1983. After receiving her Masters of Fine Arts in Film Production, she started her career on the long running series THE BEACHCOMBERS where she worked as a 3rd Assistant Director. Her career has covered numerous areas including, Television, Documentaries, Drama, Animation and Photography.

 

She has received a Leo Award for Best Informational Series – The Creators, a 57 part series she directed and produced on women in the arts in Canada, as well as being nominated for a Genie for Dying to be Perfect. As a director she has worked for companies such as Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Womens Television Network, as well as government and private agencies including the National Film Board, Canada’s Department of Corrections, Canada’s Science and Technology Museum, British Columbia’s Ministry of Education, Ministry of Labour, Vancouver Aquarium and British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology.  Eileen is a Director member of the Directors Guild of Canada, as past Board member of BC Film, and the Vancouver International Film Festival, as well as running the BC Institute of Film Professionals, and she is currently chair of Women in Film and Television International, (an organization covering 44 chapters around the world. And over 10,000 members), as well as on the board of Vancouver Women in Film.
Eileen has also taught film at University of BC, BCIT, and was the Director of Programming at the internationally recognized Vancouver Film School .

Eileen currently works in the freelance market in the Film, Television, and Documentary areas, giving her a well-rounded perspective of the industry.