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Jersey Boys (#0189)

Jersey Boys (#0189)

All photos are available for sale to the artists. Please contact me directly for a pricelist: alex.felipe@gmail.com

There are multiple images for each artist, most are not posted here, so please email me (with your name and the number underneath the photo of you) and I will send you low res samples of all your images.

In this album are photos from the afterparty, please CLICK HERE to see the backstage album.

Contact: alex.felipe@gmail.com

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All photos are available for sale to the artists. Please contact me directly for a pricelist: alex.felipe@gmail.com

There are multiple images for each artist, most are not posted here, so please email me (with your name and the number underneath the photo of you) and I will send you low res samples of all your images.

These are partially unfinished images, purchased images will be photoshopped fully.

In this album are photos from backstage, please CLICK HERE for photos from the afterparty.

Contact: alex.felipe@gmail.com

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These are some random photos from the Native Earth fall season shoot.  The images were shot at Six Nations Reserve.

Learn more HEREwww.nativeearth.ca

Watch the launch video HERE.

Watch how it was created HERE.

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Pics from the Styrofoam Ones release party at Rolly’s Garage last Saturday night.  It was a mad party, with hundreds crammed into an actual mechanics garage on Ossington Ave. (more…)

Styrofoam Ones and Times Neue Roman pulled some guerilla art during Nuit Blanche this past Saturday night.  Their surprise performances from the back of a U-haul truck caused people to stop, consult their official Nuit Blanche maps, scratch their heads (”I can’t find this event…”), then eventually just give in to spontaneity.

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I first saw Anita Majumdar in Fish Eyes, her critically acclaimed one woman show that incorporated traditional dance with a modern day Canadian tale.  I loved that play and was excited to be able to work with her on production stills for her relaunch of The Misfit. (more…)

A couple of weeks back we at the Kapisanan Philippine Centre hosted a group of delagates from across the Americas for a session during the ‘Ignite the Americas‘ conference in Toronto.

As it says on their website the conference was about:

Recognizing and building upon the increasingly important role that arts and cultural expressions play as an engine for economic growth and positive youth engagement both in Canada and throughout the Americas, the Government of Canada, through the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH), will present Ignite The Americas: Youth Arts Policy Forum, to take place in Toronto, Canada from September 15-21, 2008. (more…)

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