Today, the Bathorium Team and a few lovely friends/models came together for a shoot at Shangri La Toronto. It was super fun, really relaxed and towards the end, it got a little slippery.Read more "Get It Girl: Behind the Scene with Bathorium"
If you’re joining me for the first time, here’s a quick run down about the word challenge. The word challenge started as a way for me to improve my writing skills, to say the least, I’m not a natural linguist. This method allows me to get comfortable with my voice and learn how to be […]Read more "25 word challenge: Sure"
The word challenge has definitely become more and more challenging. As the word count grows, there needs to be a balance between which words describe the scene and which move the story forward. I hope you enjoy my next super, uber short story. The rain slowly pitter patters on her umbrella, and fresh bakery fills […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/25/20-words-challengea-new-day/ ">Read more "20 words challenge:A New Day"
So this is why I haven’t been posting all of June. For the month of June, I’ve been prepping for a sourcing trip in Guatemala for Stray & Wander. Guatemala is known primarily for two exports: coffee (which I definitely picked up) and its beautifully hand woven textiles. This trip, we had the pleasure of learning […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/10/made-in-guatemala/ ">Read more "Made in Guatemala"
I apologize for the delay in the word challenge, but here it is! I hope you enjoy it. As the dark cloud rises over the summer heat, we breathe a sigh of relief. / Want More? 1 word challenge 5 word challenge 10 word challengeRead more "15 words challenge: Summer Relief"
For the past few weeks now I’ve been trying to push my writing and my voice. To do so I’ve been doing my writing challenges. This week’s goal was to write a story with only ten words and my friends, that was a challenge. It was either two words too short or two words too […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/05/03/those-ten-tiny-words/ ">Read more "Those Ten Tiny Words"
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"