MICHAEL KRYTON is the author of "A Brilliant Idea Every 60 Seconds" (Gildan MEdia New York). He is a creative communications Writer-Producer-Director (36 yrs) and Ideation Expert applying his skill set for clients in media (radio, television, web), government, corporate, industry, business associations, education and retail.
He wrote and directed William Shatner's Canadian Tour, "How Time Flies" and consulted to Nightingale Conant in Chicago on brand development He has garnered international recognition from the Hollywood Radio and Television Society honoring the world’s best broadcast advertisements, the New York Radio and Television Festival, the Radio Bureau of Canada, the Television Bureau of Canada and many others.
In the 90s, Michael published his first book, “101 Telephone Answering Messages”, which sold over 56,000 copies in Canada. In 2007, Michael’s book, "The Father's Guide To Surviving With Kids", was published as part of the Bachelors Guide Book Series, which has sold collectively 300,000 copies. His third book, "A Brilliant Idea Every 60 Seconds", is an account and how-to of his ideation methodology. He is working on his next book, “The 4th Wall”, an examination of the changing context of self and the influence of social media on attitudes and behaviors. His education background includes Concordia University (Montreal), University of Victoria and the University of Alberta, with studies in English, Theatre Arts, and Economics.