The Flight Media team is unique in all the best ways.
We come from diverse backgrounds, various generations and even different countries: Canada, Montenegro and the United States.
Not to brag, but we have a canine team member, too.
Disclaimer: This is a re-enactment and not our actual office dog.
We all come together with our special talents and strengths to help our clients achieve their goals.
And we have a ton of fun doing it.
To prove it, our UX Director, Chris Woods, agreed to answer the silliest questions so you can get a glimpse of his great personality. (Swear by the Enneagram? He’s a 2.)
Check out the video and keep reading afterwards for more of Chris.
I Asked, Chris Answered
If you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island, but all your human needs were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?
Answer: “My iPhone, for starters. And probably my portable speaker.”
What would the name of your debut album be?
Answer: “Talk Radio.”
Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 how weird you are. 1 being not weird at all and 10 being the weirdest weirdo.
Answer: “Definitely a one or two. I’m the responsible one all the time. Pretty boring some days, but hey, it works for me.” (This interviewer would like to interject that Chris is NOT boring!)
If you died, what would you want your eulogy to say about you?
Answer: “That I was a caring person and that I was always willing to help others.”
What were you like in high school?
Answer: “Center of attention. I was Mr. Popular in high school.”
What was the last thing you watched on TV?
Answer: “Last night, a cooking show: Lydia’s Kitchen.”
If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would play you?
Answer: “Colin Firth. He’s been in a lot of movies I’ve liked.”
Superman or Batman – who wins in a fight?
If you could trade places with any person – famous, not famous, living, dead, fictional, or real – who would it be?
Answer: “Our Prime Minister, just for a day, to see what he deals with.” (Chris is our Canadian team member!)
What’s your favorite thing about what you do at Flight Media?
Answer: “Development, for sure. I’ve been thrust into this design role for the past year, and I’ve really enjoyed it, but it’s very time-consuming and I like the building part of things because it’s kind of like solving a puzzle.”
Need help with designing a new website that attracts the right people? Get in touch and let Chris work his magic for you!