How future CEO Justin Loranger-Ahluwalia answers to people knocking on his office door.
This isn’t a joke. On Canada Day there was a man dressed as Waldo walking around.
Ironically, he was looking for someone.
This is my desk. It’s messy. It’s cluttered. It’s perfect.
Trying out the Cintiq for the first time.
Cataloguing More Vintage Dresses
Last Tuesday I had the opportunity to catalogue more vintage clothing. This time the clothes are from my Mother and my late Grandmother.
I photographed roughly 80 arrangements. All of the clothes range from the 1950s to the late 1980s.
Like last time, photographing everything was a wonderful experience.
Camp 30: Bowmanville, Ontario
A Prisoner of War Camp during World War II, Camp 30 stands as a decaying symbol of Canada’s involvement in the war. Most of the original buildings still remain, though unfortunately many have fallen victim to vandalism, arson, and decay over time.
Photographing the site itself was nerve-wracking, exciting, and depressing. I couldn’t help but feel sorrow for the state the buildings are in. What should have been made a museum or at least repurposed as a summer camp is instead this decaying 300-acre piece of land.
There is a website about the camp if anyone cares to read more about it. I plan on going back in the future to photograph it more.
In loving memory of Kyle R. Nash.
Senior Project: April 26, 2014
So begins the longest, toughest, and most anticipated project of my university career. The Interactive Multimedia & Design Senior Project represents an accumulation of knowledge and effort from years of study in the program. Working as a team, groups are tasked with designing, developing, and implementing a project over a period of eleven months (three school terms).
Working with Justin and four others, we will be designing a video game from scratch that focuses on a mechanic and theme of Competitive Cooperation. This meeting marks our first decisions on a game engine, mechanics, team roles, and the project synopsis.
Over the course of the next eleven months, I will post progress photos and provide sample material of our work throughout the development process.
A blast from the past!
The Prime Minister’s daughter has been taken hostage by a terrorist group! Armed in the latest of photographic weaponry, it it up to a small spec ops team to stop them. But can they make it in time?
This short film was created over two years ago for our first studio course at Carleton University. The project served as a visual effects showcase and was an excellent practice for our cinematography and audio skills.
The guns are cameras, the acting is bad, and the special effects are awesome. This is everything you’d want in a short film.
Cataloguing Vintage Dresses
Last Friday I took photographs of my Great Aunt and her daughter’s old dresses, hats, and shoes. I catalogued roughly 57 dresses, all vintage. Most of them are in fantastic condition. Here I have compiled 10 of my favourite dresses.
I love looking at pieces of history. Each of the dresses I photographed seemed like they had a story associated with them; a story from the decade they were worn in. I especially like noticing the inspiration each decade had on the one after it.
Photographing all of them was a wonderful experience.
I took a few burst photos of my friend Justin between takes of an interview. I turned them all into a GIF for him.
I figure the internet can benefit from this too.