There are no words to describe my feelings as I unboxed this jacket. It had been something I coveted and had hoped to invest in for the past 6 years, and at long last, it was real. Thanks for helping this girl’s dreams come true, Shopbop. The wait was worth it. Also, if you couldn’t […]
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1. Hike up Ha-Ling Peak and hang your feet off a mountain while looking over all of Canmore. Warning, this hike has a thigh-burn intensity of 8/10. 2. Go to Lake Louise like everyone else and go canoeing in the summer or skating in the winter (extra points if you go at sunset). 3. Eat […]
Eric and I didn’t bring anything to New York this time around. No DLSLR, no Canon powershot. Nothing. Just my handy dandy Contax T2 (with some beautiful film thanks to Kevin) to document our adventures one shot at a time. And you know what? I think I prefer it this way. Things I wore: Miista […]
I’ve lived in Edmonton for 91.6666% of my life, which means that Calgary has been my home away from home ever since my friends and I learned to drive. So when Tourism Calgary popped the question in an e-mail, asking me if I’d be interested in visiting Calgary for a weekend, I jumped at the […]
Shout out to Expedia.ca for being the real MVPs and sending Dani and I to L.A. to do drive around and talk about food the entire time. Head over to Expedia.ca now to book your next adventure or just pretend to, because, y’know, that’s fun too. All film provided by Fujifilm.
Before I left for my trip, I told my family that I would be visiting Salvation Mountain, to which they responded with inquisitive glances and confused stares. Was it actually a mountain? Would I find salvation? Was this a code name for some weird strip club? And when I showed them Google’s top picks for […]
I finally developed my role of Ektar film (thanks Kev) today, only to be immersed in a sort of fond nostalgia that I tend to feel when remembering unforgettable things, like being stranded by a squad of stray dogs and harassed by spiders as big as my fist 10, 418 km away from home. And, […]
As an Albertan, I’ve often taken for granted the inexplicable grandeur and proximity of the Rocky Mountains. So, to make up for this obscene ignorance and take in some fresh mountain air, 6 amigos and I jump started our summer road trips with a quick visit to Canmore, Alberta. Being only a four hour drive […]
As some of you may know, Eric and I stayed in Montreal for an extra three days after our shenanigans with Shellys London came to a close. And thanks to Le Saint Sulpice, we were able to live, eat, breathe and sleep in the heart of Paris Old Montreal, right next door to the Notre Dame.