Barnaby Marshall was born in London England, and educated at U of T’s Trinity College, graduating in 1991 with a degree in English and Philosophy. A computer enthusiast since his father brought home an Atari 400 for Christmas, 1980, Barnaby has worked in media production for more than 15 years, spanning the fields of television production, website development, and print journalism. From 1996 to 2000 he ran Shift Magazine’s online department, while the current century has seen him and his wife and partner, Carmen Dunjko, tackle projects such as Toronto’s Drake Hotel (strategy, branding, positioning, technical infrastructure and staff training) Soulpepper Theatre and the Young Centre For The Performing arts.
Industry Expertise (5)
- Media Production
- Computer Software
- Media - Broadcast
Areas of Expertise (7)
University of Toronto - University of Trinity College: B.A. (Hons.), English, Philosophy, History and Political Science 1991
- RockPeaks Inc. : CEO & Editor-in-Chief
- Pod 10 Art+Design : Director
Media Appearances (1)
The strange downfall of Evan Solomon
His move to TV in the late 1990s didn’t surprise friends. “I think he found print journalism limiting,” says Barnaby Marshall, Slaight Music’s director of creative technology, who managed Shift’s website. “He’s built for TV—he’s good-looking, he’s articulate, he’s fast on his feet. He’s a great interviewer; he does push and doesn’t let people get away with stuff.”...