Inspiring a new appreciation for old surroundings through imagination is what we do. Dynamic projects and innovative products by an awesome team is how we do it.

Justin Love, B.Sc, M.Sc, C.S.M.

President, Limbic Media | Director, G++ Interactive Media Gallery

Justin Love is an entrepreneur and multimedia artist based in Victoria, BC, Canada. Justin is a partner and President at Limbic Media – a company that specializes in real-time, interactive media control technologies. Justin’s work has been featured in conferences, performances and galleries in Canada, Switzerland, USA, China, and Mexico and Turkey. Recent projects include: Exploding, Plastic & Inevitable Redux (large-scale collaborative multimedia performance), Grand Theft Bicycle (video game art), Praystation (interactive multimedia installation), Borealis (interactive public art), and running the G++ interactive media gallery.

Manjinder Benning, B.Eng, MA.Sc, C.S.M.

Director, Limbic Media | Sound Designer, G++ Interactive Media Gallery

Manj received his Masters of Applied Science from the University of Victoria in 2007 in Electrical Engineering with a focus on computer music and interactive technology. Manjinder has collaborated with dancers, musicians, engineers and visual artists to realize performances in interactive art. Under his arsenal are technologies such as voice recognition, computer vision/audition, machine learning, wearable sensors, and musical robotics.

Jorge Aranda, Ph.D

Lead Scientist

Jorge received his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Toronto in 2010, after studying how teams of software professionals work together. In his work he focuses on the transfer of research results into practical applications, and has consulted on fields such as Agile development practices, knowledge management, social network analysis, organization design, machine learning, and project evaluation. Jorge also has over five years of experience developing and managing software projects.

Gabrielle Odowichuk, B.Eng, MA.Sc

Project Engineer, Limbic Media | Lighting Designer, G++ Interactive Media Gallery

Gabrielle Odowichuk is an electrical engineer and recent graduate from the University of Victoria. During her master’s degree, her research focused on the use of human motion and gesture to control sound and music. Her work has been presented at many international conferences in the field of computer music and multimedia signal processing (ICMC 2011, ICMC 2012, NIME 2012, and MMSP 2012). Gabrielle now works as a project engineer at Limbic Media, where she collaborates with artists and musicians on interactive installations and performances.

Chris Gat, B. Sc, MA. Sc

Senior Software Developer, Limbic Media

Chris Gat joined Limbic Media in May of 2014. In 2011, he completed a Masters Degree at the University of Victoria. His thesis focused on the feasibility of using computer vision techniques to aid in the image registration process of historic repeat photography for the Mountain Legacy Project ( When Chris isn’t trying to create beautiful software, you can find him exploring the forests, mountains, and coasts of Vancouver Island. His artistic expression comes in the form of photography, documenting the people, nature, and places he’s come across in his personal website, .

Paul Leslie, B.Eng

Hardware/Firmware Engineer

Paul Leslie received a B.Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Victoria, Victoria BC, Canada in 2006. From 2005 to 2013 he worked as an electrical design specialist at CanAssist at the University of Victoria designing customized accessibility technology for persons with disabilities. He has since worked as a Research Associate at the University of Victoria for the Neurobiology Department designing customized application specific inertial measurement units. His research interests include the EEG and EMG hardware designs, development of wireless power transfer, inertial measurement unit design and algorithms and wireless embedded sensor systems.

Simon Pearson B.Eng

Senior Firmware/Hardware Engineer

Simon received a B.Eng. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Victoria, Victoria BC, Canada in 2003.  From 2003-2008 he worked as a hardware and systems designer at JASCO Research Ltd. designing underwater sensor and acoustic systems.  From 2008-2015 he worked as a senior software designer for Loud Technologies Inc. designing consumer and professional audio products including the award winning Martin Audio MLA and EAW Anya line array speaker systems.  His areas of interest include distributed systems, Linux kernel programming, and IoT product development.

Eric McNiece, CAS Technologist

Full-stack Developer, IT Manager


Eric joined Limbic Media in late 2015. After being introduced to web development in elementary school, digital media grew to become a hobby and eventually a career. A fascination with the magic of electronics lead him to experiment with microcontrollers. When he made it to a semi-final round of a PIC32 Microchip product design contest, he decided to pursue post-secondary education in technology. In 2006 he received the Ted Hamaguchi award for BCIT. He then attended the Computer Automated Systems program at Thompson Rivers University, sparking a passion for bridging the gap between hardware and software.

These days, Eric focuses on modern front-end web technologies, IoT startups hardware, and creating multi-platform interfaces to better blend our worlds.

Johanna McBurnie H.B.A, Dip., CSM

Scrum Master

Johanna was drawn to Limbic Consulting because of the company’s commitment to people-centered development. As the company’s Agile Process Coordinator, she is able to feed her thirst for knowledge in institutional economics and organizational design. From both her honour’s research and work with community-based organizations, she brings experience in project and product evaluation through survey design and administration, focus group facilitation, and both quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Johanna’s commitment to social justice and non-hierarchical community development influence her to put autonomy and empowerment at the centre of organizational health and process improvements.

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