I’m taking part in the Toronto Photo Walks group exhibition again. The details are up on the TOPW show website, but basically it’s October 20th to November 2nd, at Art Square Gallery (across from the AGO) … and the key date is opening reception on October 22nd
Yeah, so I really ought to get on with processing my photos so I have something to show!
I’m really happy to be shooting the Honda Indy Toronto again this year
It’s only a few weeks away (July 18-20) so I thought I would do a quick recap of some of my photos from previous years. Follow the links to see more from each year.
I’ve just kicked off a new photoblog over at TorontoTuesday.ca – the aim is to post a new photo each week. I’ve got quite a backlog of shots to review, process and post to Flickr so I’m setting myself the challenge of producing at least one good image a week for this new blog.
I was at the 10th Annual Spirit of Toronto last weekend with my friends Andy & Josh and his friend Chris. Andy & I missed the first one in 2005 but have been to every Spirit since.
There were fewer masterclasses than previous years, and the one we wanted to attend sold out in minutes but we ended up going to “Wiser’s Whisky: The Legacy of Canadian Blending” with master blender Don Livermore, which was a lot of fun. Catering by Daniel et Daniel was excellent as always.
As much as I enjoyed the scotch, canadian whisky and bourbon, the biggest stand-out for me was the range of grappa that I tried – my favourite was the Giare Gewürztraminer (not available in the LCBO yet) which has been aged for 36 months in oak barrels.
I posted a few weeks back about the first ever Toronto Photo Walks exhibition, and it ended tonight. It was great to see everyone’s work up on the walls, especially as it was the first time many of us showed our photos in public (although I did have a one night show at the Gladstone thanks to Rannie). And of course a huge thank you to everyone who helped organise the show and especially everyone who came along to see the show!