Fisher’s Net Awards nominees are voted on by an expert panel of judges. After the public voting period ends, the judges are asked to pick the winner from the top performing entries in each category. Once the Judges’ votes are counted, a winner is picked and awarded. We’ve recruited judges who are experts in their respective fields in communications, ministry, and new media.
Brett serves as a designer and web developer for the Archdiocese of Denver as Digital Services Specialist. He also works with parishes throughout the diocese to develop their digital marketing strategies. Brett is passionate about visual storytelling and believes that creating beautiful art is vital to the Church’s continued evangelization efforts. You can see a few examples of his photography and connect with him at brettbussen.com
Brian is passionate about the Church’s ability to communicate effectively in the modern world. From his role as the Creative Director of Holds Worth Design, a small Graphic Design and Web Design studio in Edmonton, Canada, he promotes the use of strategic communication and effective branding and packaging of timeless truths through modern means. You can find out more about Brian’s work by visiting Holds Worth Design's website. You can also check out Brian's YouTube Channel to see is commentaries on life, faith, work, and anything else he wants to rant about.
David Calavitta is a passionate Catholic in love with Christ and his Church. He's also very much in love with his beautiful wife, Brittany. David has been blessed to serve the Church through youth ministry in various ways since the year 2000. In addition to his speaking ministry, he currently serves as the head of Design & Marketing for Life Teen International.
Marcellino is the Creative Director for Sherwood Fellows Creative, musician and speaker for the Crossroads Pursuit, and co-founder of Catholic Creatives. When he isn’t designing, he can often be found reading fiction, brewing beer, or stirring up trouble. He is a revolutionary and a reformer, and he applies these creative modalities to whatever industry he happens to be working within.
Samantha Yee is a digital media strategist (specializing in Instagram and Pinterest marketing) and the founder and owner of The Little Flower Collective, an online boutique that aims to celebrate the unique beauty of every woman. Sam is passionate about leading others to the beauty of the Catholic Church through media and ministry. Although she is currently a student of literature at the University of California Berkeley, she continues to work with parishes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area to develop their logos and websites. In her free time, she's probably eating meringues.
Fuelled by a love for beauty, Tianna began her career in graphic design at age 16 and has since found incredible joy in giving a face to many small businesses and Catholic ministries through unique and inspiring websites and print design. She resides in Edmonton, Alberta, where she hopes to continue this hidden apostolate of graphic design done well and done for the glory of God and the building of His kingdom. To view her portfolio and learn more about her work visit ti-design.ca.