Domenik Adamoski is an aspiring creative director from Vancouver, British Columbia. Vancouver is a quintessential metropolitan city with a wide range of demographics. Seeing companies attempt to target these demographics has always been an intriguing for Domenik. Combined with an interest in innovative yet minimalistic design methods, this guided Domenik to his goal of becoming a creative director. Domenik also has interests in athletics, particularly cycling
Domenik is in his third year at the Beedie School of Business and plans on concentrating in Marketing with an additional creative element. To build practical knowledge, Domenik often completes freelance projects for students and non-profits outside of the classroom in addition to completing Co-op work terms.
Domenik hopes to work as a creative director with an advertising agency or athletic brand. He finds businesses interesting due to technological innovations and growth opportunities.
Domenik has recently finished his first Co-op work term with BC School Sports where he developed yearly publications and other creative materials for the 2018-19 School Year. This allowed him to develop brand management skills, alongside experience in the Adobe Creative Suite.
Prior to his Co-op Term, Domenik worked as a Sub Rep for the Julian Base Sales Agency where he helped represent key cycling and athletics brands including BMC Bikes, Skratch Labs and Castelli/Sportful. Domenik was primarily tasked with small account orders, where he increased orders by 20%.
Domenik has also held seasonal positions with Pedalheads Bike Camps since 2012 beginning as an volunteer before becoming a paid instructor in 2015. At Pedalheads, both positions allowed him to develop communication and time management skills through teaching cycling skills to groups of children on a weekly basis.
Alongside Pedalheads Bike Camps, Domenik has been a seasonal member of the ticketing staff for the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Team since 2015. This position entailed many game-day tasks as well as completing ticket orders which ultimately helped him gain crucial customer service skills.
In addition to these positions, Domenik began volunteering with Junior Achievement of British Columbia in 2017 as a classroom facilitator that teaches relevant business skills to elementary school aged children. This is assists in further enhancing his communication skills as well as curriculum modification and development skills that were gained from his experience with Pedalheads. Domenik plans to continue these efforts through 2018 and beyond.
Domenik is a U23 competitive cyclist who specializes in Velodrome and Gravel events. He began competitive cycling in late 2014 when he took the Learn to Ride courses at the Burnaby Velodrome Club following a summer of exploring Vancouver, BC on a steel single speed. The Burnaby Velodrome Club would expose Domenik to performance cycling and training, leading him to his first cycling race during the summer of 2015. Prior to 2014, Domenik was a recreational mountain biker.
Since then, Domenik has competed locally and provincially.Notable results include a 3rd Place Finish in the U19 Omnium at the 2016 British Columbia Track Cycling Provincial Championships, and a 2nd Place Finish in the CAT 4 Omnium at the 2017 Western Challenge. Domenik has also participated in local criterium and velodrome races with various podium finishes. These results helped Domenik secure 2016 and 2018 overall classifications at the Burnaby Velodrome Club’s Friday Night Race Series .
Domenik has also been able to use his cycling skills to support philanthropy initiatives such as the 4Peaks4Parkinsons where he personally raised over $300 for Parkinson's Disease alongside conquering Metro Vancouver's 4 toughest climbs in one ride.
As of 2019, Domenik is currently racing for the SplitMango Race Team.