[flagallery gid=all skin=default name=Gallery]A small cross section of the many small, inspiring sights that caught my eye during our Ride for Africycle stay at Norman Hardie Winery. The first go in a little creative side project – shooting life as it happens, photographed and processed entirely on my iPhone, on the fly.
Norman Hardie Winery is a beautiful, small winery in Prince Edward County. Run by proprietor Norman Hardie, and his fantastic staff, NHW is producing some outstanding wines. It’s definitely worth visiting NHW for a taste, or a few bottles, of their efforts, or indulge in a wonderful artisanal pizza baked in their limestone brick oven.
A bit behind, but here we go…
Nobleness. Six friends staring down 140km of uncharted territory that we call home. Six friends rolling in together hours later as one. The Noble Pursuit pitted resolve, camaraderie and skinny tires against our home and native land and we won, not that anyone was handing out prizes for this sort of thing. In all 54 cyclists tested their mettle against long strips of asphalt, winding country lanes and rugged ATV trails, came out worthy and celebrated with war stories and cold beers at Brio Gusto. Whether we cursed or cheered the day, we all knew we’d be back next year. So should you. Watch for it and in the meantime, be noble.
Name Game. A recent project I was excited to be part of was the naming for a new … Read More »
In what promises to be a unique retelling of this storied classic, Geetika Dance Company is staging a one-night production of Cinderella, The Bollywood Ballet to benefit the Oshawa Community Health Centre. I’m proud to be a sponsor for this evening of entertainment and to have designed the show poster, working with the photography of Michael Hurcomb and the media coordination of Katie Young.
Featuring the familiar characters set amidst the colour and pageantry of Bollywood, the evening promises to be a fantastic night of family theatre benefitting a great cause.
Cinderella, the Bollywood Ballet plays one show only – June 23, 2012 at 7:00pm. Visit www.regenttheatre.ca to purchase tickets.
Early April, and horses of iron and steel, newly bolted from their paddocks, charge and roar across the ribbons of asphalt criss-crossing Canada. Not coincidentally, early April finds thousands of riders descending on Toronto for the National Motorcycle Show, shaking off winter dreams of open roads and eager to ride. A multidimensional show – customs, competition, auction, used bike sales, and more – it offers something for everyone who has ever been called by the open road. And for 2012 the Show will be adding a dedicated section for tattoos featuring dozens of tattoo artists showcasing their work and services.
2012 marks the Show’s 31st year, and the 10th year that I have been responsible for creative. With the addition of the Tattoo component, this year’s art included a updated logo and a new look that is … Read More »