Living in Toronto has spoiled in me in my perception of “far”. These past few days I’ve been in Brooklyn simply exploring what one of New York’s boroughs has to offer. This borough is truly unique in its own way. When I exited Atlantic and Barclay station (where Barclay Stadium is housed), I asked for […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/04/30/my-weekend-with-brooklyn/ ">Read more "My Weekend with Brooklyn"
It’s hard. It’s really hard. Freelancing is more than a job or an occupation, it’s a lifestyle. In my third year of university I started to freelance. It was great! It worked with my school schedule and my other job. I was able to work whenever I wanted and wherever I wanted. Freelancing definitely fit […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/04/27/freelancers-guide-to-the-galaxy/ ">Read more "Freelancers Guide to the Galaxy"
Feast for your eyes
This was a fun project. It allowed me to play with paper. Elmwood Spa’s Massage and Facial Series (a program devised to encourage spa goers to pre-purchase their massages and facials for the calendar year for a discounted value) needed a revamp. The objective of this project was to create a dynamic and unconventional way […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/04/24/the-paperwork/ ">Read more "The Paperwork"
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Oh man. What you’re about to see brings back some serious memories. These photos were shot during my second year at Ryerson University. That was about 5 years ago now. This spread is called “The Black Sheep of the Aristocratic Family.” It was shot by yours truly, styled by Kate O’Reilly (one of my classmates), and […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/04/22/throwback-thursday/ ">Read more "The Black Sheep"
You take the risk of being rejected. Roger Waters