Local photography enthusiast! Love Toronto and have always loved showing it to others! I am always looking for a new idea and approach and further my love for the art of photography. If anyone has an event or something they would like showcased I would love your suggestions.
he·ro, a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Since starting this blog I have made the attempt to photograph and write about as many different events as I could. From some of the most spectacular … Continue reading →
Water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi From the thousands of lakes and rivers throughout this country to the Great Lakes, we seem to have been blessed with an abundance … Continue reading →
Roncesvalles Ave. hosted the annual Polish Festival last weekend. Going into it’s thirteenth year it has become North America’s largest celebration of Polish culture, art and music and shows no signs of getting any smaller. Over the years the festival, … Continue reading →
A walk through Parkdale can be an adventurous one on any given occasion. Nestled in among the many small and curious shops on Queen St. W. there sits Rod, Gun & Barbers. Fashioned after a traditional rod and gun club … Continue reading →
On Saturday the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty held their annual BBQ. Since 1990 OCAP has been fighting for the rights of poor and less fortunate people of Toronto and Ontario. They are an amazing group of people. Every event I … Continue reading →
A good city is one that welcomes you, makes you feel at home while your there and leaves an indelible mark deep inside you. Memories that will last a lifetime and the feeling that you are a somewhat different person … Continue reading →
An Urgent Vigil for Indigenous Children & Youth Suicides has held space in front of the Indian & Northern Affairs office on St. Clair E. since July 20th.. I had the chance to visit on Saturday with Carrie Lester, Sigrid … Continue reading →