Story and photos by Claire Bourgeois. The very first time I met Priya and Bagya Ramesh, it was at a spoken word open mic night. I was serving at Koi at the time when the sisters took to the stage. They played a backtrack through the stage sound system and blew everyone away with what they were putting down.
Story and photos by Gryphon Black-Wallis. I found myself at the trailhead of the Upper Kananaskis Lakes’ loop one afternoon on an overcast autumn day. Last minute decisions had led to this locale and the plan was to hike along the upper lake before ascending towards Aster Lake, adjacent to an alpine campground where I planned to rest for the night.
Story by Sara Kuefler. One of the most beautiful, painful and poignant aspects of music (good music) as an artistic medium is how direct a path it takes to the soul. It cuts right through to a deeper level. Music industry art director and film photographer Haus Skrastins has been told by musicians he has worked intimately with that he is more of a musician than a photographer.
Story and photos by Elle McLean. Imagine a building sitting alone, empty, desolate. Its purpose has been served… Or so it seems. In swoop a variety of artists and performers to transform the space into something creative and magical for all to enjoy. The event is called Wreck City, and it allows artists free range to bring to life any art, performance and multimedia pieces they can possibly imagine.