Once upon a time, I did a mini photoshoot with my buddy Natalia. Now she is starting a clothing store and wanted pictures in a similar style. I CAN DO THAT! And I did… here, look at pictures. Visit Future Is The Future.
“The equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world … these principles have been confirmed in Ontario.”1 Your borders don’t define you. Your people do. We swim in your great lakes. We camp in your parks. Snowmen line the yards. While wet mittens sit on the radiators. Anishinabe, Missassauga, Mohawk, Algonquin, Cree, Ojibway. India, Brazil, Sudan, Ghana, Greece, Poland. Refugees and survivors. A place to build a home. From John Sandfield to Kathleen. Banting and Best, Cuddy and Keelor. French and English. Cantonese and Farsi. We sit amongst the trilliums, while seeking shade under the maples. Dancing in your… Read More »I Love You, Ontario
Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada, came to my place of employment to talk to the students. He spoke about the future of Aboriginal education. It was an interesting talk, and I got to take a few photos. I’m only publishing one that doesn’t have any student faces.
I’ve been friends with The Cheap Speakers since before The Cheap Speakers. Today, the band announced their end. Fortunately I’ll continue to have these friends in my life, no matter what band they may or may not be playing in. This gave me an opportunity to look back at all the times I’ve taken my camera to a Cheap Speakers show. I’ve been to many shows, and on occasion I lugged my DSLR with me. 2007 09 19 Cameron House Performing as Door Listen Talk My lord, what a terrible band name. The first time I saw Natalia performing with Brennan in what would eventually become The Cheap Speakers they… Read More »The Cheap Speakers