People are constantly working at getting people's attention but to do so we must..


Create memorable experiences


The Manifesto

Below are bobby.t's key three main motives for creating memorable experiences.

creating ORIGINAL CONTENT

Creating, remixing, and sharing dope content on your own platform is vital in creating experiences unique to you.

capturethe process

Methods and processes are advancing on daily basis, giving people the opportunity to start with little resources other then time.

working with others

Collaborating and working with others is a fundamental pillar in creating memorable experiences with your audience

MY STORY

bobby.t is an entrepreneur, past esports player and loves to create podcasts and vlog. He specializes in brand development, partnerships, and community engagement and started his marketing agency Version Me Media that focuses on businesses' content production. 

For collaborations, business inquiries, and interviews email me at Robert@versionmemedia.com.

Robert “bobby.t” Tyndale is a digital marketer that believes that people connect through stories. We share these moments through pillar pieces of content from videos to written words, which we learn, play, and consume experiences.

Currently, I run a production agency called Version Me Media  that specializes in video production for businesses and organizations. We help share and tell stories that resonate with people. 

In my passion and journey of content creation, I have a YouTube channel and podcast where I interview guests, reflect on my experiences, and talk about things I think are cool. 

In the non-digital content space, I am one of the founding owners of a niche publication called Melanistic Magazine. Wanting to control our own stories within the local Black community Melanistic Magazine took a “for us by us” framework of telling local community stories.

The Black community has been an essential part of shaping me into who I am today from a youth. Wanting to give back, I am currently sitting on two boards, the Federation of Black Canadians and the Jamaica Association Northern of Alberta. These positions have allowed me to engage with Black Canadians all across the country and within my city. Allowing me to learn how I can serve and advocates for this emerging community.

My newest venture is a  tech start-up called Return on Colour, that focuses on interconnecting Black Canadians across the country through a directory highlighting Black professionals, organizations, businesses, freelancers, and organizations.


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