Took this photo last year while on a pilgrimage with Ed and Jay. wanted to wait for the SUV to move for the shot to be authentic, but the owner took too long to come out.

Took this photo last year while on a pilgrimage with Ed and Jay. wanted to wait for the SUV to move for the shot to be authentic, but the owner took too long to come out.

Several months ago, my friend Carly Thomas asked me to take some photos for her upcoming EP, Explode. I wanted to capture the idea of an explosion and there was no better place for this than Jeremiah’s Field, an old abandoned house on Gainsborough Rd west of Hyde Park.

Only a couple of weeks after these photos were taken, the house at Jeremiah’s Field was torn down, meaning these photos could be the last taken inside the house. Even though they weren’t chosen for the album cover, I’m still proud of these shots for both their look and historical value.

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Several months ago, my friend Carly Thomas asked me to take some photos for her upcoming EP, Explode. I wanted to capture the idea of an explosion and there was no better place for this than Jeremiah’s Field, an old abandoned house on Gainsborough Rd west of Hyde Park.

Only a couple of weeks after these photos were taken, the house at Jeremiah’s Field was torn down, meaning these photos could be the last taken inside the house. Even though they weren’t chosen for the album cover, I’m still proud of these shots for both their look and historical value.

View the full album on Flickr →

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dobeltequila:

Dobel on the rocks.

Love this short web ad my friend Edward made.

(via eplatero)

A little over two months ago I was approached by my friend Shawn to design and develop a new site theme for his gear and tech site, Tools & Toys. Along with transitioning the site into a responsive design, changes would be made to the publishing and editorial strategy—in addition to the daily link posts that have made T&T so popular over the last thee years would be the inclusion of longer, editorial pieces which feature beautiful photography and world-class writing.

I’m really proud of the work I’ve done for the new site, from designing the new logo to designing and developing the entire site by hand, every little detail has been poured over and over to ensure every reader experiences absolute delight while browsing and reading.

Thankfully, the reviews so far seem to be positive:


  Looks seriously beautiful.


— Dave Caolo


  it’s freaking beautiful.


— Daniel Staten


  The new Tools and Toys design is mind-blowing.


— Brian Hamilton


  Man, the new @toolstoys is crazy pretty. Well done, @shawnblanc and team.


— Nate Boateng


  The new @toolstoys looks stunning. […] Gear lust kicked up a couple notches this morning!


— Josh Ginter

I especially appreciate the thoughts of Mr. Rhone:


  Holy cats! The new @toolstoys site is nice and potentially even useful.


— Patrick Rhone

A little over two months ago I was approached by my friend Shawn to design and develop a new site theme for his gear and tech site, Tools & Toys. Along with transitioning the site into a responsive design, changes would be made to the publishing and editorial strategy—in addition to the daily link posts that have made T&T so popular over the last thee years would be the inclusion of longer, editorial pieces which feature beautiful photography and world-class writing.

I’m really proud of the work I’ve done for the new site, from designing the new logo to designing and developing the entire site by hand, every little detail has been poured over and over to ensure every reader experiences absolute delight while browsing and reading.

Thankfully, the reviews so far seem to be positive:

Looks seriously beautiful.

Dave Caolo

it’s freaking beautiful.

Daniel Staten

The new Tools and Toys design is mind-blowing.

Brian Hamilton

Man, the new @toolstoys is crazy pretty. Well done, @shawnblanc and team.

Nate Boateng

The new @toolstoys looks stunning. […] Gear lust kicked up a couple notches this morning!

Josh Ginter

I especially appreciate the thoughts of Mr. Rhone:

Holy cats! The new @toolstoys site is nice and potentially even useful.

Patrick Rhone

This past summer I was asked by my friend Carly Thomas to play guitar on her new EP, Explode. As a fan of both Carly and her music, I was more than happy to help. The EP drops on Friday, October 3, which is also when we’ll be playing a show at Call the Office in London, Ontario. More info can be found on the event’s Facebook page.

This past summer I was asked by my friend Carly Thomas to play guitar on her new EP, Explode. As a fan of both Carly and her music, I was more than happy to help. The EP drops on Friday, October 3, which is also when we’ll be playing a show at Call the Office in London, Ontario. More info can be found on the event’s Facebook page.