I just gotta say, thanks so much for all the support with my forest paintings. Almost everyone that bought the pieces sent me photos of them hung in their living room, dining room, office, etc. Means a lot.
I’ve been designing up a storm these last few months which has put my fine art and sketching on the backburner. I’m falling into a nice rhythm so I should be getting back to it soon. I’ve been doing lots of logo work, banners, social media badges and icons, and food photography.
Here’s just some of the stuff I’ve been doing for Wildly Fit. I guess it’s my duty to tell you to check out some of the health and fitness services Morgan offers (the free Start Wild group is happening next week).
Site Badges/Instagram Advertising
Food Photos with Type
I started teaching in January. Typography 1 in the Graphic Design program at Toronto Film School. So far, I’m having a blast. It’s pretty cool to make these assignments and then the students come back with great work that exceeds expectations. They’re certainly pushing and inspiring me.Later
So my stencil cutting has ended for now. Just not enough hours in the day. I have wedding to shoot this weekend, so I’ve been prepping for that. Having to focus on my photography, allowed me to finally export a lot of my pics to an external drive to clear some much needed space (100+ Gigs worth). Then I finally imported a pile of pics I had taken in late December to the present.
Here’s one of them from the Toronto ice storm …click on it and it will jump you to my flickr page.
I’ve got more to post on my flickr once I have the time to go through them all.
Still keeping up with the daily sketches, here are last week’s:
This week I went with a cat theme, I’ll share next post. After that I have a Snoopy sketched so maybe I’ll do a dog week.
On Wednesday I was asked to photograph some shots for my friend Steph and her company Coeur De Lion.
The photo shoot was down by Steph’s studio at Harbourfront Centre and the weather held out just long enough to get all we needed. The overcast skies and the colour of the lake made for some nice backgrounds.
This was my first photo shoot with a model. Check out some more shots on my Flickr page. Comments are welcome.