I had the honour of shooting Audrey Alexis last week as we strolled through High Park. This girl is beautiful, naturally.
Makeup by Maya Adivi. Shot with a Nikon D90, 18-55mm.
This video was made with recyclable and reusable materials.
From Acorn Integrated.
Photo © Corey Lablans
Everything I do stems from the roots of the earth.
For me, it is a source of inspiration, adventure and peace.
The way the rain falls to feed the trees and plants mirrors the way I feed off of nature itself. If there was no wilderness, wildlife or escape from the consumerist society in which we live, I would wither away the same way a tree would without water. It is something I need in my life, and I suggest you take the time to enjoy it as well.
Go on a hike. Try camping. Paddle a canoe down a river. There are certain moments, like when all is quiet and the sun peeks above the trees as mist floats off a still river, that moment, is when I can feel true serenity.
Have you ever experienced it?
I am confident to say that Ultimate Frisbee is one the top green sports in the world. No energy-hungry arena/stadium needed, just a grass field. No high-priced equipment necessary, just a pair of cleats. No pigskin or cowhide needed, just a plastic disc. Not even referees are needed, just the spirit to play together as friends, not enemies. The ultimate sport: Ultimate Frisbee.
The Durham Ultimate Club (DUC) is where I play ultimate, located 45 minutes east of Toronto. This year, the league coordinator has asked players to design the 2009 DUC disc. I have decided to redesign and rebrand the way we look at ultimate Frisbee. Here are my ideas… Earth Wind Frisbee.