I am over-the-moon excited to share the news that a film I helped produce will be having it’s world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this April! Get ready for A Brony Tale!

I am over-the-moon excited to share the news that a film I helped produce will be having it’s world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this April! Get ready for A Brony Tale!

"The most beautiful thing in all the world"

Home Sweet Home, a tiny film by Chris Kelly

My brother Colin and I are applying to be on the Amazing Race Canada so I made this video. Dear Canadian Television gods (aka Insight Productions), please make this happen!

A few of Vancouver’s most talented and inspiring citizens have come together to form the Platform Gallery - bringing public art in our rainy city to a whole new level of quality and excitement.

Their newest exhibit, Intersections, featuring seven essential locations throughout our city through the eyes of Vancouver-based designers, was revealed to the world on Thursday. But no fears if you missed it. You can check out the fun in my photos above, as well as enjoy the posters themselves on view at Vancouver’s Waterfront Station through the Summer of 2013 or on the interwebs.

And here is a short list of my favorite things from Thursday’s pop-up gallery (besides the obvious jaw-dropping, stunning posters):

1. The beautiful people that organized it (Ross Milne, Grace Partridge, Lizzy Karp, Anthony Casey)

2. The "intersections" donuts of chocolate and vanilla provided by Cartems Donuterie. They were MINI. Too cute and delicious.

3. Discovering that the space it was held in, The Chinatown Experiment, is dedicated to providing a space for pop-up shows to happen. So very cool and necessary in this city. 

4. Seeing my old pal Beau House who worked with me at Adbusters and discovering that his studio, Post Projects, made one of my favorite posters (4th and Vine!).

Here is a video I made for work as a one woman team. Shot, sound, and edited by a woman that knows NOTHING about make-up. 

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Bilingual Montreal dogs!

This is some of the finest work around. Thanks for the laughs This is That. 

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Bilingual Montreal dogs!

This is some of the finest work around. Thanks for the laughs This is That

For paranoia about ‘what other people think’ : remember that only some hate, a very few love - and almost all just don’t care.

Alain de Botton

Great advice for those, like me, who are just not that comfortable with social networking.

I recently edited this video for work. And no, sadly I did not get to go to Morocco. But they did bring me back Morocco’s insanely awesome spice blend, Ras El Hanout!

Last weekend I briefly crawled. Culture Crawled. I spent my time at 1000 Parker, which is basically a massive warehouse of studios, and feels like you are stepping into the book The Phantom Tollbooth

I was there to see my close friend (and my wedding photographer!) Marcus Jolly and his very talented compadre, Jonathan, but I did sneak away for a minute to check out Christian Woo to drool over furniture I cannot afford nor do I have room for.

And as I am still attempting to figure out my new Olympus OM-D camera (more about that here), and trying to talk the talk with REAL photographers about lenses and f-stops, I did end up shooting 4 clips of video and editing together this quickie you see above. Obviously 4 takes at ANYTHING is not enough, so you mostly see feet and bums, but oh well! I came, I crawled, I conquered.

My dad is a professional driver. Some people (me) may even say he is the best limo driver in the world. He’s funny, kind, and impossible not to fall in love with.

He also resembles Gene Hackman.

And tonight, in front of 1.5 million viewers, he made his television debut on the TLC show “Four Weddings”. I am so proud of him, not only for the few seconds of on-screen perfection (spoiler alert! He is also appearing in UPCOMING episodes of Four Weddings!), but for generally in life being the kind of person people want to be around. I’m KVELLING.

And DAMN DAD, THAT IS ONE HELL OF A WALK.


*******UPDATE: I JUST RECEIVED THIS EMAIL FROM MY DAD IN RESPONSE TO THIS POST (AND WHY HE WAS TAKING SO LONG TO GET BACK TO ME):********************

People in TV are very busy. My people will call your people.
Thanks for the kind words on Tumblr. You are special
Love dad