Friday, July 22, 2016

A short film about the fastest Jamaican Usain Bolt.
What I enjoyed about this film is the message,
a boy that learns to keep it light. Something
that we all can learn from and
apply in our own lives 

Gatorade | The Boy Who Learned to Fly | The Making Of

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Shigeto at the SAT

I recently went to an awesome show at the SAT the other day it was part of MUTEK Festival.
The artist is named Shigeto from the US. He is part of  Ghostly International is a multi-platform cultural curator, a tightly knit aesthetic universe fulfilling the roles of art gallery, design house, clothing designer, technology innovator, music-publishing company—and, yes, record label—in one.
I have been following him for a couples years. Not everyone is into this type of electronic music.
I find it inspiring and fresh to my ear. It takes you away from your regular day, into his world. Along with beautiful video projects that captivate your eye and mind. So when heard was going to be Montreal, I jumped on the opportunity to check him out. Usually I find someone to come along but this was it was too last minute. So I went alone to enjoy the show. The show was held at the SAT ( Societe des Arts Technologiques) in Montreal. Here are a few pictures from the event, just breathtaking. If you are interested in him here is watch the video below.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Dorothy Williams Historian of Blacks in Montreal

I was contracted by Dorothy Williams to update her website.
It is an honor to provide this service to her. Her work is extreme important in the black community.
In the near future I will be collaborating with Dorothy on a interactive project.. stay tune!!
In meanwhile check out the website:

Production Team
David Anderson: Web Designer
Dirk Fleurantin: Web programmer

Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers

Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers from Dress Code on Vimeo.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

We the people have the power to make change

When I have time, I always make time to Watch a TEDTalk video.
Time and time again its is always a good watch.