Many of the clients we work with regularly today have been with us since we opened our doors.
Why? Because we take the time to understand our clients’ stories and tell them using whichever medium is best suited to the task: print, video, web, or something else entirely. We’re proud to say that over the past eight years, we’ve learned a thing or two about utilities, pharmaceuticals, economic development, real estate, alternative energy, family dentistry, and a lot more.
That's the long of it. The short of it is this: we do a lot of different things for a lot of kinds of clients.
Despite his youthful good looks, Randy Boileau is one of Michigan’s most experienced communications counselors. He has over 30 years of experience in journalism, marketing communications and strategic public relations.
Randy has worked extensively in news media relations, public affairs, crisis management, strategic marketing planning, employee communications, financial communications, and investor relations. Through Boileau Communications Management LLC Randy and his team serve clients across West Michigan.
Starting his career as a journalist for the Detroit Free Press, Miami Herald / Knight Ridder and the Oakland Press, Randy quickly found his career moving into strategic communications and planning. He’s worked for a number of national companies such as Bank of America, Comerica, Mazda and Kelley Services. From 1994 to 2000, he served as the director of corporate communications for Donnelly (now Magna), and between 2000 and 2004, Randy was the marketing director for Varnum LLP, one of Michigan’s leading law firms. Randy founded Boileau Communications Management in 2004.
There’s a lot involved in taking a concept from the page to the screen. Luckily we’ve got a guy who knows how to stitch all of those things together to bring that idea to life.
Graduating from Grand Valley State University 2008 with a bachelor’s in Film and Video Production, Vince honed his skills with Grooters Productions before joining Boileau Communications in early 2012, where he lends his expertise in every aspect of video production—from pre-production through post. He sweats every detail, which makes him the perfect guy to put behind the camera when everything’s got to look immaculate.
Think of him this way: If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then at 24 fps, Vince is worth at least 1,440,000 words per minute. Don’t even try to keep up on your QWERTY.
A consummate tradesman in the arts of web development, design, writing and content strategy, Erich has shown immense talent in sculpting online communications since earning his bachelor’s in English from Grand Valley State University in 2009.
Seasoned by his travels abroad and an apostolic faith, Erich is an intentional man. Prior to joining Boileau Communications full time, Erich spent two years living in Rabat, Morocco, where he consulted with CultureLink International and as a freelance web developer and designer. Erich has a passion for Italian cappuccino, Earl Grey tea and laughing at his own jokes.
A 1996 graduate of Michigan State University, Emily joined Boileau Communications after cutting her teeth for years in the worlds of change management consulting and economic development.
Four kids and years of diverse communications experience later, this self-proclaimed professional multi-tasker and self-diagnosed ADD personality has built experience in collateral marketing material development, website copy, press releases, news articles, survey development, market research, newsletters and presentations for a wide variety of outlets. She is one of the principal media relations specialists at Boileau Communications and has served clients in media launches as diverse as health care, advanced energy storage, real estate and construction.
What do you get when you combine a love of sports, comic books and Star Wars? “Someone who shoots baskets in their mom’s driveway only when they aren’t watching The Empire Strikes Back on the couch in her basement,” might be your first thought. But Brian should be your second.
With thirteen years experience designing everything from identities and annual reports to websites and iPad interfaces, Brian is an award-winning designer who revels in variety. When he’s not developing print specs or photoshopping Boba Fett into family pictures, he’s hand-coding HTML and researching our client’s competitors.
Brian graduated magna cum laudé from North Carolina State University’s School of Design in 1999, despite spending an unhealthy amount of time camping out for good seats at basketball games. But these days, he’s much happier reading comics to his two sons and playing beach volleyball with his wife.