PostArctica: Bus Stop With Dirt Picture

Realized lately that two projects that I have had going in the last couple of years, Bus Stops and Dirt, have started interacting. Not sure I completely approve, yet, it is what it is. I recently was transporting some pictures from The Point to Verdun and got the idea for this picture. It may not ...

PostArctica: Dirty 30

Just because it sounds funny, maybe, it’s all subjective. So this afternoon I finally got a picture I liked of this red roofed building after, well, no idea when this “chalet” was built, but it feels like a good 30 years…anyway…and by the way…I must thank Verdun City Councillor, Sterling Downey, for his role in ...

PostArctica: Dirt – Overstating The Obvious

First image in a promised series. Would love to hear your feedback.

Dead Wild Roses: The Gendered Viewing of Dirt

Think you’re immune to social constructs?  Think again.   “Let’s examine that a bit. “Men don’t see dirt the way women do.” That’s a pretty common assertion. And it’s bullshit. Vision problems aside, we’re all seeing the same dirty house; we’re just interpreting it differently. You and your boyfriend both walk in, see the pile ...

PostArctica: Dirt

Have a new album coming out, uh, no, new photo project actually, and this is more motivational (for me) than it is promotional. It might the most radical off the chart thing I have done yet so send me a picture of your dirt and I may incorporate it into an image or two. Thanks!

Politics Canada: Why Harper’s obsessed with winning Mount Royal

Harper is an unusual man, could easily be the “quiet neighbour who always kept to himself”.  Unusual because of his absolute obsession with destroying the Liberal Party of Canada and satisfying himself, it seems, solely with pure vengeance.  Holding onto power and vengeance are the key motivators of his regime, look at his crime bill ...