Monday, February 11th, 2013
Just caught this going to air this week in the US- the spot I did for Bounce….
Monday, December 17th, 2012
The show that just keeps going….For all you in Canada who get the W Network, The Town Christmas Forgot has been airing all week on W. The last showing is December 18, 7 pm EST, or check local listings for times in your area. It may still be in rotation on Hallmark in the USA as well, I’m not sure….
Saturday, November 24th, 2012
A great friend of mine, the lovely and talented Mary Krohnert, asked me to fill in at the last minute as part of the calendar shoot for the CCLC- the Crazy Cat Lady Collective, an artistic and provocative advocacy project created to help educate people about the plight of homeless and feral cats. It’s a wonderful project, created by an incredible group of women- all advocates for animal rights, welfare, safety and rescue. They have produced an amazing calender for 2013, available for sale online and in select stores in the Toronto are. Take a look and think about buying a few for yourself and friends this holiday season. One hundred percent of the proceeds go towards helping two self funded charity organizations, ARK and G&G Feral Cat Colony.
Friday, November 23rd, 2012
I got to shoot a really funny 15 second spot last week for Bounce out in King City at the most beautiful barn with my largest co star ever, a gorgeous 2000 lb Holstein named Trixie. Should go to air across the US in mid February, 2013.
Me, in a barn, milking a cow. Gold, baby. Pure gold.
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
I did some new shots with the fabulous David Spowart last week, just a kind of see what we get type of shoot, in a great old loft filled with vintage memorabilia in Liberty Village here in Toronto’s west end. I’ll post more as they come to light but here are a few to sample. Check out the Photos page for others.
Saturday, June 9th, 2012
My old friend and drummer Greg Heard, who played on my album, Lustre- check out the album under music- asked me to fill in for their female singer in his band, The Fires Of during NXNE this Thursday, June 14th, at 8 pm at Monarch Tavern.
Their singer and guitar player are off in Norway for the summer so myself and another great multi instrumentalist, Scott (whose last name I’m blanking on) are filling in the blanks, so to speak. I’ll be covering all the bv’s , perhaps whipping out my awesome tambourine skills….just loving learning a whole sets worth of new original alternative pop~rock tunes. A great group of musicians- should be a terrifically fun evening. Rehearsal reminds me how much I love (miss) being in a band. Check out the embedded links for more information. Likely a one off so don’t miss it!
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011
Our last three public shows of Imprints are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 pm- November 24-26th, 2011. The response has been overwhelmingly positive. Another wonderful review from Lynn Slotkin at The Slotkin Letter you can read here.
Tickets are available online here or by calling Factory Theatre Box Office directly at (416) 504-9971.
Tags: collective creation, Factory Theatre, ftw, Imprints, Lynn Slotkin, Michael Cooper, news, physical theatre, theatre, Theatre gargantua, Toronto, work, work info
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Tuesday, October 25th, 2011
Saturday, April 2nd, 2011
A few months back, I shot a short webisode intended as a pilot for a web series. No idea what the plan is or was but I finally tracked it down.
Kind of appropriate for an April Fool’s posting.
Have a laugh:
Monday, January 17th, 2011
Finally got the correct file uploaded- it’ll be going up over at my Demo section as well.
Have a look- it’s a fun mix of work I’ve done over the last little while.
Tags: A Slight Case Of Murder, David Makepeace, Demo Reel, Eureka, ftw, Lost Girl, Slap Shot 3: The Junior League, The Jane Show, The Town Christmas Forgot, watchmen, work
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