Makr Consulting
Helping makers create through the science of seeing connections in chaos.


Who are we?

About Makr

There are times when all organizations can benefit by stepping back and looking inward. We work so hard on outward-facing projects, we often forget to work on our inner selves. Makr starts by engaging with the organization’s principals to better understand where you are now, what makes your organization special, why things are the way they are, what makes it run and what your hopes for changes now and in the future. We work with you to generate understanding of the firm's core values and objectives (and it's perceived versus actual culture). We build strategies that position the organization for growth. We clarify roles, on levels, and seek to show how they can evolve. We then offer org-wide cultural, core competencies, workflow and best-practice assessments. We focus our time on how to increase efficiencies, improve the culture and how to make the organization more profitable. We pull from a range of project management thinking, from traditional project management, to agile and lean practices as well as the learnings from design thinking. No company is the same, and the systems we develop are unique to you. We are here to help you develop the teams and culture that will move your firm forward.


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Edwin Burgoyne

After eighteen years of management and leadership positions in advertising, Ed has found that organizations benefit strongly when people have clarity in how things get done, what's expect and how things work. He believes that creativity requires a framework that is flexible, that is designed to meet business goals.

Ed's experience includes managing director at Plus, an independent ad agency as well as executive level roles in award-winning agencies. During his career, He has been both in the trenches and on management teams. He has run the gamut of operations and numerous integrated production, studio, project management and IT departments for agencies in the New York City area. His background includes; Director of Production at Taxi NYC (Small Agency of the Year by the AAAA's, for 2007 & 2008), Vice President, Director of Production for Cossette Post in New York, Creative Services Director for Lois EJL/USA (George Lois' last agency), six years as VP, Studio Services for Ambassador Marketing and stints at Wieden + Kennedy, R/GA and Stein Rogan & Partners in New York. Prior to starting his career in advertising, Ed studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology. 



B.S., Applied Arts & Science

M.S Studies


He runs Adsubculture, a blog focusing on creative agency operations.