Connor McCracken is a 22 year old Communications Design Essentials graduate from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Previous to studying Design, he studied Chemistry and Physics at the University of Alberta for three years.
Connor is most well known for his work in Project Pilgrim, his mental health initiative that is featured here.
When he is not studying, he is found volunteering with Generocksity, volunteering with the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, or in the outdoors around Metro Vancouver hiking, skiing, kayaking, or camping. Connor is currently freelancing around Vancouver (client list below).
Connor, to many, "is the person they turn to when they are in need of getting help." During his Kickstarter for Project Pilgrim, an article was published about him calling him "a selfless, compassionate individual, with a drive to make change utilizing his many talents in photography, interpersonal skills, and mental health advocacy."
At the bottom of this page is a list of notable works Connor has been part of. Directly below is a contact form to contact Connor, or you can simply email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view Connor's resume: click here.
UBC, AMS, Oddity Kombucha, Tality Kombucha, Faculty Brewing, Foundry BC, PHSA, Briteweb, Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Delta Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, University of Alberta, Generocksity, KNOW Cosmetics, the7dayringproject, Project Pilgrim, RYU, Lululemon, City of Edmonton Youth Committee
Meeting Prince Will & Kate Middleton:
Project Pilgrim: a photographer’s journey towards breaking down the barriers of mental health dialogue
5 Men Share Their Depression Story – and What Helped Them Get Through It
Q&A with Connor McCracken of Project Pilgrim
Inksire: Project Pilgrim
UBC Student Leadership Conference Speaker: Connor McCracken
Heads Up Guys: Your Stories - Connor
The Nourishment: Wandering Workers - Connor McCracken
The One Project Authors: Connor McCracken
CMHA-ER Student Group Presents: Project Pilgrim
Project Pilgrim Book Launch & Gallery Night
Champions of Wellness Awards
Josh Platzer Memorial Award
Project Pilgrim: November Second