A selection of calendar covers. The typographic treatment applied to the first is inspired by the iconic calendar designs of Dutch graphic designer and typographer, Wim Crouwel.
A small collection of logos.
Cover for picture book.
Yellow Pages Group
Advertisement for YPG's Shop Local Event in Downtown Oakville.
Yellow Pages Group (YPG) is a leading media and marketing solutions
company in Canada. The Company serves over 300,000 local businesses
through its nationwide sales force of media consultants. YPG also caters
to the country’s largest national agencies and advertisers through
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Fulford Preparatory College
Fulford Preparatory College is a unique small boarding school for students wishing to complete their secondary school education, improve their English language skills, and/or be prepared academically, culturally, and linguistically for university or college.
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The beginning of a relationship is a phase to treasure. Thanks to Emily & Doug, Christy & Stephen, Eric & Riti, and Mike & Laura for sharing their stories.
The Barnard family
The Bemmann family
The Buhler Family
The Fath family
The Jacobs Family
The Valentin Family
The people of Zambia are warm and loving. One cannot help but be overwhelmed by their joyous spirit. This serves to document some of the work God is doing in Imusho, Zambia.
Junia is a four-piece rock band (rock used loosely with heavy Motown, funk, prog, soul, alt and pop influences) based in Oakville, Ontario Canada. Junia is what happens when four people who don’t take themselves very seriously (trying to get us to write a bio that doesn’t drip with sarcasm is already hard enough) find each other and can’t stop making music together.
Formed in the Fall of 2011, the band features Amy Towers on lead vocals, Curtis Freeman on the bass guitar, Joel Wilson on drums and percussion and David Siekanowicz on guitar. Joel, Curtis and Amy are long time friends who met David while serving on the music team at The Meeting House in Oakville.
Together they have been writing countless songs out of Joel’s basement in Oakville, and even managed to record 3 for a digital EP entitled “The Monday Night Project” released independently in September of 2012. Their strength does not lie in having a cohesive mindset and focused sound they can all agree on, but rather a shared vision of what they dislike about other music. It’s not that they know what they want their music to sound like, but they know exactly what they don’t want it to sound like.
The design of this custom home accommodates the needs of an audiophile and his creative family in suburban Toronto.
The client’s expansive record collection and equipment had been
banished to the basement for 20 years. A major focus of the design was
to locate the music centrally; allowing it to be at the heart of the
In addition to the creation of the analog room, interior spaces have
been provided for art and recording studios. A contemporary interior
design includes an open floor plan and extensive glazing to afford
expansive views of a large park. The exterior architectural design
attempts to harmonize the homeowners’ preference for West Coast
architecture with the modernist intent of the original neighbourhood.
The Don Mills neighbourhood was originally designed to create a new
type of community plan for Canada including the promotion of modern
architecture and Bauhaus design principles within the context of family
and community life. The Analog Home patterns itself along these same
principles, using architectural design to enhance quality of life.
Photographs of model apartment in Brockenhurst House, Ascot, UK.