#filmisnotdead. This is a popular hashtag you may have seen trending amongst photographers who swear by the art of film. By spreading it’s popularity in online communities, film based photography has created a unique fan club of millennials who want to learn more about the dying skill. They, or should I say we, hunt for film cameras atContinue reading “Film Is Not Dead”
Mark your calendars! Tell your friends! Get ready because this upcoming Sunday (March 13), Olivia Lunny’s first single is being released. A track entitled Dreamer, Olivia will be releasing her song on SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple Music. She is an accomplished and talented young performer who has shared her music with audiences at Winnipeg Folk Festival’s youthContinue reading “Dreamer Release”
These pictures are from last month, being published this month. Conclusion: I’m lazy. Beaver Tails… We ate probably about six of these amongst all of us. Fire Master Go best friend that’s my best friend.
February 28, 2016 A Sunday of adventures and good company is all that one needs. This past weekend, I embarked on a day long journey around Winnipeg with two of the loveliest people. Travelling on foot (and by bus), we explored what our already familiar city had to offer. The first place we ventured offContinue reading “Sunday”
Part One Introducing Olivia. You may know her as the spunky red head with insane musical talent. I know her as the down to earth, soul filled best friend who enjoys eating Russian mint chocolate with me in my kitchen. However you may know Olivia, one thing is for certain; she is a girl filledContinue reading “Bedroom Sessions”
Orchestra Road Trip 2016 An 8:00 am departure complete with suitcases, backpacks, warm blankets and bagged lunches. This is what our Friday morning consisted of as we set out on an eight hour road trip. Over the course of the Louis Riel weekend, our Winnipeg Symphony Youth Orchestra (WSYO) covered over 700 miles by bus inContinue reading “Thunder Bay”
The summertime has never been sweeter than during the times that were spent on the fields of Birds Hill Park. We were shaded by natures tree filled canopy as we laid in the grass and allowed ourselves to get enveloped by the festivals harmonies. Here is a look back at some of our favourite moments… Continue reading “Winnipeg Folk Festival 2015”