Tag Archives: art

April 22, 2014

Creativity is a Remix

I had the great fortune, recently to stumble across a documentary that has changed and really affirmed how I look at creativity and maybe even how I might define a creative genius. This documentary is called “Everything is a Remix”, and is essentially an expose on the truth of where creativity, genius and invention come […]

Art, Journal
October 10, 2013

“Photoshopping” skills from 1946

My industry in many ways has gotten easier than it’s ever been in recorded history. Computers complete tasks in lightening speed, where it would once take days and weeks to do the same thing. The one thing that has gotten worse, however, is client expectations are often times unrealistic, since there is an exageratted idea […]

Journal, Photography and Photo editing
October 30, 2012

My Art: Fragmented Beauty

This is one of a few pieces I created out of fragments of waste paper. This one in particular was created from hole punched magazines. I used these particular materials knowing that magazines (especially beauty and entertainment) contain reflections of what we consider and look up to as the model of beauty, yet the truth […]

Art, portfolio
October 16, 2012

My Art: Woman’s Face Pixelated

Sitting here at the Starbucks on Queen St. and Claremont in Toronto. I love this area of the city, especially midday. There is a mix of some very interesting characters. Anyway, thought I’d post one of my most favorite works today. From concept to completion in less than 3 days. I call it simply, “Woman’s […]

Art, Journal
October 1, 2012

My White Night (Nuit Blanche) in Toronto

Saturday was a great night. I’ve never seen so many pedestrians in the city, and after a 5 hour walking tour I’m completely satiated for my art craving. The best of the night was the creepy underground “Museum at the End of the World” – I felt like we were in line for shelter before […]

Art, Journal
September 24, 2012

My Art Crawl Experience

I’m new to this whole blog thing so bear with me – I don’t say much. Lol. Love it when the streets come alive with art. The Parkdale night crawl was fun – drinking beer at a vintage shop, walking in to community art shops that I might never have seen, but especially painting on […]