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915 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 2V8
open Tuesday – Sunday, 5pm until the dough runs out
Pete’s Meat is on the corner of West 12th Avenue and Arbutus Street in Vancouver.
Open 10am to 9pm, Monday to Sunday, Pete is able to process special orders by phone, in person or by email.
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Adams River 2010 | Returning Home
The Tuileries are the largest and oldest public park in Paris. Their official incorporation into the Musée du Louvre on January 1, 2005, reestablished the historic coherence of the vast royal palace and its grounds. The gardens were an integral part of the palatial scheme created by the kings of France. With their landscaping, vistas, and sculptures, they provide the perfect complement to the buildings. The preservation of this exceptional historic monument and the interlinking of the Tuileries and Carrousel gardens have made it possible to bring a major art form—that of landscape design—into the Louvre. http://www.louvre.fr/llv/musee/promenade.jsp?bmLocale=en
Show Your Support For Wild Pacific Salmon – Wave the Salmon Flag!
The Sockeye salmon return to the Fraser River. With an estimated 25-million sockeye expected, this year’s Fraser River run could be the strongest on the river since 1913.
The bounty is especially welcome after a disastrous 2009 season when a little more than one million salmon made their way back to the river. A 32-hour commercial fishery on the river started at noon on Wednesday, August 25, 2010. It will be followed with an aboriginal fishery over the weekend of August 28/29. The tidal sport fishery remains open until September 19th.
Fraser River Sockeye | Part One | Aug 29, 2010
Raw H.264 video shot at 720p60 with the T2i in Automatic mode.
For historical insight into the importance of Fraser River Sockeye, and all Pacific salmon, to people of B.C….
Fishing Around the Law: The Pacific Salmon Management System as a “Structural Infringement” of Aboriginal Rights
AUTHORS: Emily Walter, R. Michael M’Gonigle and Céleste McKay
Video Design & Projections | Sound Design | Music | Post Production & DVD Design
Gryphon Meets Shorty, Day 1
This is a very rough panoramic of my first vegetable garden at the height of its first season. The encoding of the scaled video is awful.
Writer | Editor | Sound Design | Dolby Digital 5.1 Mix | Hydrophone Design and Construction | DVD Design, Compression and Encoding
Official Selection, Whistler Film Festival 2005
Big Room has begun vying for control of the .eco domain itself — with the backing of environmental organizations like WWF International, Green Cross International (founded by former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev), and the David Suzuki Foundation.
Recent Doc Eco article in the NY Times http://greeninc.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/big-room/
Client : Glasfurd & Walker
HD videography w/ Sony EX-1 and Brevis 35mm lens adapter
Location Sound recording with wireless Lectrosonics lav mics
Video editing/ writing, color grading and compositing in Final Cut Studio
Audio Post production and background noise reduction in Pro Tools
HD Encoding for web streaming with Compressor
Trailer for a feature film about Canadian medical practitioners’ yearly mission to Tibet. Co-writer/ Editor/ Sound Designer/ Post Supervisor
Silent Waters | Rough Sketches | June 09
Rough sketches focusing on rivers, salmon, and the sustainability of wild salmon in British Columbia.
The piece is being designed as a live surround sound & panoramic video installation.
The past 2 centuries have been revolutionary ones for the people and wild fish living in British Columbia.
Patterns of fishing and social interaction that evolved slowly over millennia have been swept aside, or forced into radical change. Silent Waters explores ideas of environmental and cultural sustainability in the face of industrialization and globalization.