The works of Hermann & Audrey photographer, Steve Carty, among others, were featured on 1LOVETO’s online blog for the Life Cycles exhibit, 2010. The post cited the works as “must haves” and a “broad look at the diverse layout of the city.” 1LoveTO prides themselves as portraying Toronto as “the world in 1 city”, by sharing, educating and highlighting some of Toronto’s best qualities within the categories of: art, music, style, community, and culture.
Tara Jean Popowich “freestyled her way to the top”. She was named the country’s best dancer when she won ‘So You think You Can Dance Canada Season 2. Seeing her fly through the air during that season was much like she did once again in front of Carty’s lens.
MuchMusic host Liz Trinnear recently acquired a new bicycle, and stopped by Hermann & Audrey’s Life Cycles exhibit to celebrate her new two-wheeler. MuchMusic online mentioned Life Cycles as great “bike photography and an impressive vintage bike collection.” MuchMusic is Canada’s No. 1 destination for music videos, live performances and interviews with today’s hottest celebrities; plus music downloads, ringtones, artist profiles, concert listings & music countdown.
SheDoesTheCity online featured Life Cycles, Hermann & Audrey’s exhibit centred around vintage bicycles and photography. Author, Kait Fowlie, called the images and bicycles “sexy specimens of years past – the bikes are products of a full century of style and innovation.” Further, she pointed out that “of the hundreds of events going on in the city, not all of them give back to the community like Life Cycles.” SheDoesTheCity.com explores everything from bizarre fashion trends to battling the tough stuff, by sharing stories that inspire a full life—one of adventure, inspiration, and passion.