Friday, October 23, 2009
Sunday, September 6, 2009
A bunch of portraits for the Swerve Fall Arts Guide, they're all people coming to Calgary this season!
Margaret Atwood, Dalai Lama, Judy Chicago, Bill Cosby, Lizzie Borden (Blood Relations at Vertigo Theatre), Billy Twinkle (Alberta Theatre Projects), Ron Mueck's Giant Baby, Little Women (Calgary Opera), Elton John, kids from the 25th Annual Putnam Country Spelling Bee (Theatre Calgary), Bugs Bunny (Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra), and the Tooth Fairy (Old Trouts Theatre). PHEW!
Trevor Smith - programming director of the Calgary International Film Festival
Robert Minczuk - conductor of CPO's Tchaikovsky festival
Bev Tosh - artist; her show, War Brides, is at the Glenbow Museum
Ronnie Burkett - puppeteer; his show, Billy Twinkle, is on at ATP
Margaret Atwood - author; coming to Calgary to promote her new book The Flood as a literary talk
John Rutherford - longtime fixture on the roots/blues scene, he is releasing his first solo record this fall
Marie Chouinard - choreographer; her troupe is at Theatre Junction
Swerve's own Shelley Arnusch, she writes the Cheap Date column
Posted by Julie at 2:46 PM
Friday, August 28, 2009
Headers and portraits for a Swedish blog about children's books, Bokunge.
This header didn't get used, but I like how it turned out:
This is header they went with, sans type, because I liked the little scene in the background. Dreamy! You can see it with type on their blog...
Portraits! They further confirmed my suspicion that everyone in Sweden is ridiculously attractive...
Posted by Julie at 8:28 AM
Sunday, August 23, 2009
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Monday, March 23, 2009
This is an ooooold one, from last summer, for the University of Guelph via the lovely and amazing Kathe Gray at Electric Pear! I was waiting to get a nice photo of before posting, but it's been months so i just went ahead and took some shoddy ones.
Posted by Julie at 9:58 AM