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Edward Ong

Edward Ong

Master Trainer

Having worked in internationally renowned agencies like Young and Rubicam, and having worked on accounts like Colgate, Caltex, LG and ASTRO to name a few, Edward has a deep understanding of what it takes to make it with the big players in the advertising field. His last employment was as Executive Creative Director at RAPP Malaysia.

Bon Zainal

Bon Zainal

Master Trainer -Fashion

Bon is currently vice president of the BDA (Bumiputera Designers Association) and a Moda (Malaysian Official Designers Association) member. He is much soughtafter and his works can be seen at prestigious events such as the KL International Fashion Week, Malaysia International Fashion Week, Stylo, and the Islamic Fashion Festival.

Drew Harris

Drew Harris

Abstract Artist (Canada)

Drew Harris is internationally recognized as a visual
artist and graphic designer. He began his design
career in 1981 in Toronto Canada after graduating
from Georgian College of Applied Arts in both fine
arts and graphic design. Harris held a position as
senior partner in Communique Ltd, one of the most successful design and marketing agencies in Canada. Harris now works as a designer and abstract artist on his own. Harris’s art collections over his 25-years career, are displayed in galleries all over the world. Harris will be instrument in training Saito students on the artistic aspects in design and boosts the students’ creativity.

Jamie Toh

Jamie Toh

Senior Art Director (McCann Health, Sydney)

Jamie started his advertising career 14 years ago and has
never looked back since. He loves working on print, design,
brand identity and advertising in general – across all media.
His work has been recognised at local, regional and international shows. As well, he was recently invited to be part of the judging panel for the Global Awards 2015. If there’s one word to describe this energetic young man, it would be ‘Visual Storyteller.’ Alright, so it’s two words. Sort of explains why Jamie is constantly on the lookout for new skills, ideas, and technologies that he can apply in his work.