First performance post covid. It was great to collaborate with my longtime college and friend Derek Bruekener and special thanks to Ashkar for the working the camera and projections.
Third short story about working in retail. Good times.
Retail and Christmas carols ….. just shoot me and get it over with.
Ah the work potluck party….. I’d rather stab my left eyeball.
Check out this episode from CBC’s Telling Our Twisted Histories: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/906-telling-our-twisted-histories/episode/15846124-discovery?onboarding=false – Shared from the CBC Listen App for Android
Learning slide guitar is my covid project.
Untitled Untitled May 20, 2021
I was approached with the #sculpture live with it and see what it had to say.
To me it said frame work of a place to #live #past and #present existing in the same space. A space humanity is struggling with, are we are what we are as a species?
Self absorbed, greedy and short sighted to a fault even when the evidence is right in front of us?
My answer to the piece is I don’t know the future but I can impact the moment by living in it. Click on the link to view the short film.
If only I had more time was my mantra; anxiety clogged my mind and blurred my vision, as the years passed I found myself stuck in a day job that didn’t feel right. The experience was exhausting and depressing; I wasn’t happy within myself and I didn’t know what to do to about it.
The fly is the click bait.
A sneak peak of a very short story I have been working with the from the Writer In Residence at the Winnipeg Public library.
I wrote it to excorise myself out of writers block. I hope to have the illustrating and final edits completed by early summer.