Artist in residence, Cory Vanderploeg, recently travelled to San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. The photographer was in search of adding some vibrancy and bright colours to his repertoire, and what better backdrop than Central America? Catch Ford Models Chicago’s Erica Miramontes in Cory’s vivid shots, below. Continue reading article
One of our longest Philanthropy services partnerships is with the popular youth organization, The Remix Project. Since 2009, Hermann & Audrey has supported Remix through development and communications services for its fundraising initiatives. Together, we have been able to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the award winning youth organization based in Toronto.
Introducing Juliana Neufeld, award winning illustrator and mixed media artist whose work has travelled throughout Canada and all the way to Japan. Inspired by everything from eighties textiles to the art of Margaret Kilgallen, Juliana makes whimsical landscapes come to life with quirky creatures, meditating monsters and wine-sipping jungle animals. Continue reading article →
Resident Artist, Cory Vanderploeg, was mentioned in Claythorne Communications‘ blog, Wax & Wane. The feature called Cory “an award winning photographer…published nationally for his photography and motion work predominantly in the fashion world.” Claythorne Communications is a boutique PR firm based in Toronto, passionate about aligning cutting-edge brands with a unique story to tell. Wax & Wane casts a spotlight on admired creative minds who Claythorne feels are “all around rad individuals.”
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“People, our livelihoods, our planet, our cosmos, and beyond are sacred. I feel that if the work we create is truly for the people then we can’t avoid asking questions about our present state of being (globally, nationally, locally, personally)” – D’bi Young Anitafrika, Afrikan-Jamaican-Canadian dubpoet, artist, performer, friend. Photographer, Wade Hudson has had the esteemed pleasure of becoming a wonderful friend and partner with D’bi over the few short years that they have known each other. Additionally, Wade has been lucky enough to spend some time in Jamaica at one of her residencies shooting an editorial for the UK’s WIRED Magazine. Continue reading article →
Resident photographer, Steve Carty, has been travelling in search of bicycle culture he can tap into. He recently travelled to London, England, and met up with fellow bike-enthusiasts and business owners, aiming to infiltrate the London Fixedgear scene, and make impressions with bike-centred photography. We sat down with him to find out a little more about his adventures in London. Continue reading article →