I had the pleasure of working with The Province newspaper a few months back to create an article and video interview. The article was about my family's involvement in the urban gardening movement and raising awareness for where our food comes from here in our home Vancouver, BC.
WOW, how did that happen so fast, where did you go 2014? Sorry about the lack of updates from the FreeBird Agency crew lately – 2014 was a VERY busy year for us.
The trend setting lululemon manifesto design marks its 10th anniversary this month. The pop-culture icon still stands as one of the most highly used, loved, referenced, imitated and iconic pieces of creative work that FreeBird Agency team members have done.
There is craft beer and then there is seriously CRAFT beer. The latter half being exemplified by my wife and I running an extremely tiny nano brewery out of our house to supply the neighbourhood with the finest in homebrewed libations.
We are having an epic summer this year in Vancouver. Our garden plot is loving the weather so I thought I’d give you all a little update on a few highlights and share a recipe.
While the “we’re all in” poker creative direction wasn’t really doing it for me this year, I did spend an afternoon at the Alibi Room’s awesome Hoppapalooza (4) event as part of VCBW.
I bumped into an old friend the other day that was an art director on the surreal Machotaildrop film and learned that finally after a long period of distribution woes, we can all watch this movie in the comfort of our own home.
There is a point where a hobby kind of crosses the line into obsession. And it has happened to me a few times in my life, but I will say that the latest venture of small batch beer brewing is pretty addictive.
In a previous life I played in a band that was eliminated from the CiTR radio SHINDIG contest in the first round.
My second post... and more beer... Sure, we all know lots of craft breweries out here in the Pacific Northwest, but perhaps you have yet to hear of the fine fermented beverages my wife and I brew in the back of our design studio.
Not sure about you, but I used to spend HOURS looking through the selection of eye popping stickers at my local skate shop when I was a little skate rat in the late 80’s.