Sabotage Creative is Business Visioning and Design consultancy with deep roots in marketing, design, project management and coaching. We work with innovative and sustainable consumer lifestyle brands to help them define their purpose, focus intent and create and launch ideas.


Tom Chan
Partner / Creative Director | BCom

Tom’s primary role is to lead the design (communication, UX/UI, and visual) ensuring a creative and innovative approach to the strategic goals. Form, always follows function.

Graduating from the University of Wollongong, Tom has over 20 years experience in brand marketing and communications design working for companies in Sydney Australia, London UK and here in Vancouver.

In 2008 he founded Sabotage Creative. Previous to that, Tom has worked with many companies and accounts across a broad spectrum of industries, including Wine Australia, MacWarehouse, Recall, Volvo Australia, Vantage Point, BC egg, Hopscotch, 1-800-GOT-Junk?, Laplink, Sierra Wireless, Red Cross, CityMinute,

He’s handy with a frisbee disc, prefers to ride single speed bikes, has a fondness for StoutSeason and is fascinated by the constant arm wrestle between analogue and digital.

Magdalena Blasiak
Partner / Account Director | BA, PMP

Magdalena oversees business development and client relations. Driven by process and creativity, she believes that managing projects is a valuable collaboration between the client and the creative team.

Graduating from the University of British Columbia and armed with a PMP from Royal Roads University, she propels the collaboration forward, stokes the creative fire and moves everyone through to the finish.  Her leadership has helped Canadian Red Cross, Best Buy Canada, Gorman Studios, 2010 Vancouver Olympic Bid, BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities and TU Group solve problems, stay within scope, budget and on schedule. She cultivates a positive experience for everyone, and together outcomes are optimized.

She’s an avid runner, culinary adventurer, coffee aficionado and has a perpetual curiosity for the spontaneity of the new, and the comforts of the old.