From the monthly archives:

July 2010

The Whole 9 Yards: Are You Doing Your Part for the Environment?

July 12, 2010

Another Whole Nine Yards from Kendra Vamplew: Well, we made it! The G20 is long over and as a city, we’ve already snapped back and moved on to other things. I don’t know about you but the G20 sure seemed to slow work down for many people. I heard assistants complaining about photographers not being [...]

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The Lounge: Adam Amengual

July 11, 2010

When I selected Jaime and Grant for my Year in the Life Project last fall, Adam Amengual was on the shortlist. Getting ready to relocate to LA from New York, I liked a lot of Adam’s work and was curious about the idea of following his move. In the end, though I decided to keep [...]

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July 4, 2010

I’m gone all week. And it’ll look a little like this: © Heather Morton

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A Year in the Life: In Which Jaime finds a Leterpressernator and Grant asks a Question about Collaborating

July 2, 2010

Jaime Hogge: If last week was a slow down then this week was a crawl. While it is a shortened week technically with Canada Day and all, it’s basically felt like I’m on holidays or something. This job is going to make me hate summer. The lack of work didn’t mean it was all beer [...]

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Happy Canada Day

July 1, 2010

As one friend said: “Happy Canada Day….whatever that means after this weekend.” Aimless rioting and police brutality aside, here are some fun ways to celebrate Canada Day: Check out the world’s largest beaver dam, located in Wood Buffalo National Park in Northern Alberta: © Parks Canada Found using Google Earth a few years ago and [...]

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