Saskatoon — I started this piece in the fall. I wanted something simple to work on in the midst of the many collaborative performances and pieces I was working on. The process went something like this: What is short and simple? Haiku. What shall I write haiku about? I have those object collages featuring my son’s baby teeth…. So I chose seventeen photos from the 20 or so that I had in the series and be...
Tokyo — It hit 9PM on my Windows 7 Start bar when my colleague swiveled around and said, “Hey, you’re here late. Welcome to the Seasonal Events team, you’ll start getting used to this.” To make things clear,...
New york — As the time slot approaches, I fall silent and watch the grid of tags move columns of text. This one should recirculate, that one receives a nod. Is this format correct? Are there characters remaining...
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...
Life happens when you're looking the other way
Chomping down on too much news
You grow through projects.
Out of the office.
"Welcome to the team."
Worth the laziness
We came, both of us, each to escape a pressure, a pressing need or demand. But it wasn’t far enough. Not nearly.
A long weekend.
As rain covers the hope of sunshine in Spring, so does laziness suffocate my will to be productive in labor. Oh, how I love the rain!
Anatomy of a work-in-progress.
Day 1: Drawing up website sketches and watching the sun set.
My time piece
Our phone is wearing its studio day hat.
There are worse places to work when the home office internet is down!
Friday nights are lit up with screens and sometimes colleagues as we wait for our new work to air.
The office itself is charmless, but it's the people who hold themselves to such high standards that brought me back.