MICHAEL KRYTON is the author of "A Brilliant Idea Every 60 Seconds", (Gildan Media New York available at Amazon.com). As a creative communications producer/writer/director (36 yrs) and ideation expert, he applies his skill set for a broad range of clients ranging from media to corporate, government and retail. He works on camera and is a voice artist (narrations & commercials). He is also the Director of Creativity & Communications on the board of the Alberta Council of Technologies.
He wrote and directed William Shatner's 2011 Canadian Tour, "How Time Flies". He is also well known for the production of video tributes to Tommy Banks, John & Barbara Poole, Stan Milner, Eric Newell, Don Wheaton, Don Stanley and many more, produced for the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce.
He has consulted on creative communications to government, media, associations, organizations, corporations and retailers locally and internationally.
As a creative strategist, he was tapped by the Gremezhians to develop visual creative strategies in the Mall of America litigation. He also assisted inventor Tory Weber to secure Wayne Gretzky’s investment participation in the Thermablade (heated skate blade) project. His production of a video for Alberta Energy about Alberta's oil reserves was seen by Vice President Chaney. He has garnered international recognition from the Hollywood Radio and Television Society and the New York Radio and Television Festival honoring the world’s best broadcast advertisements.
In 2007, his book, "The Father's Guide To Surviving With Kids", was published as part of the Bachelors Guide Book Series, which has sold collectively 300,000 copies. He most recent book is "A Brilliant Idea Every 60 Seconds". He is represented by his agent, Dan Strutzel, Inspire Productions, Chicago.