CALLING ALL 16-22 YEAR OLDS IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL #OTTCITY
As a member of the Ottawa Night Market 2012 team, I’m organizing the Spark Some Fun Challenge, a contest for young adults 16-22 to have a chance at developing skills needed in the business world while having fun, meeting new people, and giving back to the community.
Participants will be challenged to create, build, and promote carnival games in teams. Teams will be evaluated using a point system, and the winning team will get a cash prize.
Visit the ONM Facebook page for deets. See contact info above.
We’re also looking for volunteers, so if you need community service hours, go crazy here. (Just not with Google Chrome, unfortunately)
And yes, I did make this poster.
Candid school photo project, based on Bill Cunningham’s “On the Street” columns
MONA LI - February in Ottawa. One would think the birds migrated months ago, but there’s still one that roams the streets this season. The Canada Goose down and coyote-fur-trim parks have become what is perhaps the second most commonly spotted winter gear in the area, next to the suede boot. Competing brands, such as Nobis, and Moose Knuckles exist as the parka rises in popularity, but Canada Goose dominates the streets and skateways like no other. People of all ages are sporting these Canadian-made jackets. This fashion trend has inevitably run into issues regarding counterfeit products (such as International Clothier’s Super Triple Goose) and animal-cruelty rage.
Even Liam Neeson is seem wearing a white Canada Goose parka in The Grey, which was filmed entirely in Whistler, British Columbia. Despite the high quality of material and insulation (which can be seen in a quick glance at the price tag or the jacket itself), are Ottawans and other Southern city-centre citizens overdressing themselves with what was originally made to brave arctic conditions?
Canterbury HS 2011-2012 yearbook spreads: Jr visual arts, Static Prismatic fashion show, Technology and Oscars night
(This version of the fashion show spread is missing designer credits)
Awareness display I made for Free the Children at school.
I do not own any of the photos used.