Victoria — I first saw this donut months ago while stopping for coffee at Discovery. My eyes grew wide. The classic donut from The Simpsons! I neglected to actually purchase and eat this perfect replica, probabl...
Victoria — It’s been a glorious few months of change. In July I became a casualty of the publishing industry, something I did not see coming despite the tumultuous state of magazines in general. I figured the s...
Victoria — Victoria’s Atrium building — sitting snuggly on Blanshard Street between Johnson and Yates — is a beautiful piece of architecture and one of my favourite places to work. There’s no obligation to buy a...
Final café con leche of our Spanish adventure. Muy triste.
Parque del Retiro
The Tiny Temple
Córdoba for a day or so.
Searching for shade.
31 degrees at 10 o'clock in the evening. Siri tells me that's hot.
"There's no putting your head down to get through the week here. Every day counts."
San Sebastián is stunning.
Stand, shout, eat, drink.
Hello San Sebastián.
Imagine getting kind of lost, and then stumbling upon an Olympic stadium.
Jet lagged cervezas
Spain planning! Granada? Seville? Bilbao? Hmmm.
Me on my bicycle. A shirtless man playing tennis. Victoria in January!
Emerging from a fog.
I can hear my neighbours having sex.
Last night I dreamt of a whale
Victoria's first snowfall
We were all zombies until we realized we could fly
Flights to Spain — booked!
Found Typography, Pt. II
Currently engrossed in the most comprehensive print job I've ever been involved in. Paper!
Hiding from the rain / waiting for the bus.
The Doll's House, built by Lt. Colonel Lewis Egerton Broome.
Hey Fall, I like your face!
From the backseat.
An unexpected trek through the woods and rain leads me here.
Found Typography, Pt. I
First photo with new iPhone 5s. It's goooold!
To celebrate our trip to Spain — Tapas!
A stand-off between two fluffy neighbours.
Sushi so cheap I'm wondering if I'll regret it. At least it's festive.
Where I grew up.
Quietly planning a trip to Spain for May, we realize we can go to New York for $120.
"The dried blood feels weird around my mouth."
A logo approval, with my favourite Bowie record playing in the background.
My nickname for M.
The Homer. Mmm, sacri-licious.
Walking allows you to better observe the details, such as the man holding the torch.
Birthdays! Friends! Art! Food!
Who let Jonny Ive into my bathroom and how long was he in here?
I join Hi on a gorgeous mid-October day in which I feel productive, light and free.