Powtown Post guest post on Vancouver is Awesome

Published on Vancouver Is Awesome

Wow, I have not written anything on here in a long time. Where did the last four years go? I hate to use the word “busy,” but it’s most likely because I have been far too busy writing for about three or four other websites. One of them is my day job, the others are my side jobs, and lastly, my passion project: The Powtown Post. The Powtown Post … Continue reading Published on Vancouver Is Awesome

Urbandig’s Locavore Tour with Anthony Nicalo, CEO of Foodtree

On Friday, August 19 (on Day 3 of Grow Conference), I joined Anthony Nicalo, the CEO of Foodtree, on his “Locavore” tour for the Urbandig iPhone App, along with about 10 other hungry individuals, to experience some unpretentious, but gourmet food, in and around Gastown, Chinatown, and Railtown. I must disclose that I am a bit biased in thinking that Urbandig is ridiculously awesome (you … Continue reading Urbandig’s Locavore Tour with Anthony Nicalo, CEO of Foodtree

Best of 2010

It’s a little late, but what the heck. I’ve never done a full year recap on my blog – only a summer recap in photos – probably because it’s very time-consuming. But this year was pretty special, with a lot of news-worthy items to share, so… let’s get started. January I did a contract gig from January to March for AdHack. Some of you might … Continue reading Best of 2010

Happy Mother’s Day, Momsie

In honour of Mother’s day, I wanted to share some of my favourite moments I’ve had with my Mom. This photo was taken in October of 2006, when my mother and I went on a backpacking trip through France and Italy. I still can’t believe she went backpacking, and neither can my Dad. Above, we were sitting at a little restaurant on the ocean in … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day, Momsie

My Olympics Project: The Olys

For the past few weeks, I have been doing some contract work at AdHack. It started out as an internship, and I was to write some case studies on the results of past clients who had used AdHack’s services, but it turned into something more. The Olys When the case studies were almost finished, James suggested doing an Olympic ad contest over the course of … Continue reading My Olympics Project: The Olys

Shaking things up

Some of you may have already heard that I recently started working part-time for my older brother Wesley, who is a real estate agent for RE/MAX Crest Realty Westside. I am assisting with his marketing efforts, including everything from social networking sites, e-mail newsletters, and design projects like postcards and other direct mail pieces. My first project as Wes’ new Marketing Manager (I totally just … Continue reading Shaking things up