I originally posted this blog on my personal Facebook back on July 7 2008. As I’m making plans to attend the 2016 FanExpo in Toronto, Canada, I’m thinking back to why I try to attend the annual event? Learn from my heroes Be inspired by new fans and friends Network with the industry Geek […]
This season of the Toronto Raptors was very special in so many ways. They came so close to going to the NBA Finals, but ultimately we lost in the conference finals in 6 games to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. It was disappointing but the team made so many strides in the right direction […]
On this Canada Day I was thinking about those classic Heritage Canada TV commercials. If you haven’t seen them before here’s a link to the YouTube channel here. Recently Historica Canada has been releasing some new videos which reflect new moments in Canadian history. I decided to have some fun on Canadian pop culture that […]
I recently got the chance to work with my friend Mike Foster aka Mookie Williams on his debut album Hidden Passion. The project was a collaborative effort where I helped on the layout of the insert design. Mike plays the saxophone with a blend of hip hop, jazz, reggae, and blues. I’m very proud with what […]
On February 14, 2016, the National Basketball Association (NBA) will host it’s All-Star Game for the 1st time outside the United States. The city of Toronto, Canada, home of the only Canadian team, the Toronto Raptors will be hosting the All-Star weekend festivities. This year the Raptors have 2 All-Stars representing for the Eastern Conference […]
I really thought by now my G.I. Sajjan image would have cooled down on social media. However to my surprise I was contacted last night by Huffington Post Canada to ask if they could use the image in a story about the Minister of Defence. Well it looks like G.I. Sajjan will be trending again, so that’s […]
Took some time to remember those who protected our rights and freedom. I made this collage today with one of the most iconic poems I learned back in public school, “In Flanders Fields” by John McCrae.