Meet On Q: 10 questions with Jane Hur

In one sentence, explain what you do at On Q Communications.

As the graphic design and social media intern, I assist in creating visual and stylish media materials for clients and assist the social media manager with ongoing social content.

What does a typical workday look like for you?

My day is filled with graphic design and working with the On Q team to create beautiful content for our clients, using programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro and InDesign.

If you could have one superpower what would it be?

I would love to be able to breathe underwater. Ever since I was little I was jealous of Ariel, the little mermaid. I am always fascinated by underwater creatures, so I want to be able to dive into the sea whenever I want, how long ever I want, to befriend a red crab and name him Sebastian.

What do you do when you’re not working?

In the Winter my husband, our cat Terry and I love to just to stay at home with warm, cozy blankets wrapped around us while we watch back-to-back movies or TV series. In the Summer we love to hop in the car and go on mini road trips.

Finish this sentence: I can’t start my day without_ _ _ _

Coffee, preferably black, no sugar added.

What’s the most memorable campaign you’ve worked on with On Q?

As I am still new at On Q, my most memorable project is yet to come!

What’s your favourite spot in Toronto and why?

My favourite spot in Toronto is Queen St. West. This is where my love of shopping can shine. The local fashion boutiques and chic restaurants found in this area truly highlight the unique quality of Toronto and make me feel that I am really at the heart of this urban city.

What’s one thing that makes you unique, dynamic team member

My skills in digital art and video edits, I find truly adds the “cherry on top” for the On Q clients. I believe branding is by far the most important thing that represents a company aside from the quality of products. 

What are three words your co-workers would use to describe you

Adaptable, instinctive, caffeine-addict

What advice do you have for young PR or communications professionals looking to break out in their field?

Never fear to start a conversation. Making new friends may come naturally to some people but for those who don’t have that skill, you’ll need to step out from your bubble and make those connections. PR is all about networking and making a memorable impression on others. To be honest, I’m still working on it.

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