Sascha co-founded Canvas with Antony in 2013. Prior to Canvas Sascha led a number of start-ups including one of the first online restaurant guides back in the days of 56k dial-up, and a first of its kind startup in sustainability, combating climate change by "greening" offices. With a background in organisational change and people development, Sascha brings a wealth of experience in team development, product, coaching, sales, management and operations. Sascha is dedicated to inner transformation and learning, and if he isn’t in London, he’s either on retreat or in Bali "conducting important research".
Zoe is our Customer Support assistant and she helps with all the day-to-day questions from our users, helps get new users set up on the platform and oversees our billings system. Before Canvas, Zoe worked at as a Groups Reservations Coordinator, with IHG Hotels. In her spare time Zoe enjoys going for nature walks with her Frenchie, Boo, and her 2 year old. An interesting fact about Zoe is she has no sense of direction, and gets lost on an almost daily basis.
Chris is our Growth Manager and drives the acquisition of exciting new venues onto the platform. Before Canvas he worked at Horizon Teachers as a Senior Recruitment Consultant. Chris enjoys watching football, particularly when West Ham win (although this can be a rare sighting) and is a dedicated rock & metal fan who is going to Download festival for the third year on the trot. Chris famously jumped off a waterfall in St Lucia in 2005 but has failed to do so since.
Antony runs our sister company The Collective – the UK’s largest film location agency – and co-founded Canvas with Sascha in 2013 after being inundated with requests to hold private events in our film locations. Antony started out as a Location Runner and then Location Assistant, and over the last 13 years has uncovered some of the most prestigious and in-demand spaces in the film and photography industries. He has a passion for architecture and design, as well as a slightly suspicious curiosity for what lurks behind London’s closed doors.