Pride is political. Keep your eyes out for these protest banners this weekend at Pride Toronto. Hand-painted by Paul Dotey and myself for The 519. Thanks Kilogram studio for their superb protest modelling skills.
Do you love tap dancing? Here’s a poster and animation I created for Vintage Taps exciting production, The Laundry List. Show runs July 5-14 at the Factory Theatre. Thanks, Amy! Tickets here.
Congrats to the cast and creative team of The Stratford Festival's production of Little Shop of Horrors! And special congrats - and thanks - to Michael for the opportunity to design some fun showcards for Muschnik's flower shop. Show runs until November 2 - be sure to check it out!
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
Set Design by Michael Gianfrancesco
Costume Design by Dana Osborne
Lighting Design by Michael Walton
Projection Design by Jamie Nesbit Photos by Cylla von Tiedemann and Chris Young
André Morin as Seymour Krelborn
Steve Ross as Mr. Muschnik
As well, here’s the custom T-shirt design I created for the cast and creative team!
This new two-day workshop, in partnership with Above Ground Art Supplies, and One Shot, teaches the fundamentals of traditional sign painting. Participants will learn about best practices, sign painting tools, and have the opportunity to paint up to four styles of alphabet using both showcard tempera, as well as One Shot enamel paint.
This is an intermediate level workshop. All participants should come with a working knowledge of typography and hand-lettering fundamentals. Experience with type design, drafting, drawing, and painting is a bonus.
Space is very limited. Sign up today!
Last Sunday, I did something I never imagined I could ever do. I played - and sang - at my first-ever music recital at Lula Lounge. I’ve never played an instrument, and have not sang (in public) since grade eight choir.
I cannot describe the simultaneous terror and exhilaration of this moment. After three months of one-on-one ukulele lessons, I got up on stage. My hands were sweaty, heart was racing, and legs were shaking. But somehow, I did it!
This personal milestone would not have been possible without my talented ukulele instructor - and duet partner, Abby. Tremendous thanks to Michael and Annie at MJMS for their support and encouragement through this entire journey. You have given me the joy of music. And big love to my friends and family who came out to cheer me on, especially Rob for shooting this photo. BFF that stands for us!
I'm honoured to be a guest artist Sunday, March 24 at She Matters, a fundraising brunch in support of the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, which offers legal representation, professional counselling and multilingual interpretation to women who have experienced violence. I will be offer hand-lettered notes and greeting cards, with all proceeds going towards the clinic.
Purchase tickets or support the clinic here.