PRINT JOURNALISM

 

I started writing for HK Magazine and the South China Morning Post when I lived in Asia in the early 2000's. There, I worked as a food and theatre reviewer, and honed my skills for the Canadian market. I have since written for The Vancouver Sun, The Georgia Straight, Hipmama Magazine, Chickadee Magazine, and more. My beat can best be described as community,  arts-driven stories, often with a social impact or human interest angle. I keep my eyes on the people and places around me - and they never fail to provide creative inspiration. Here are a few samples. The rest can be found in this archive. 

 

 

 

 

 

Dances for a Small Stage

Dances for a Small Stage

My review of Dance series: Dances for a Small Stage. Image features dancer Day Helesic.

Cake Meets Art

Cake Meets Art

An art review about my favourite subject - cake! Image featured is b artist Leah Rosenberg.

Houseago & Bessone

Houseago & Bessone

Thomas Houseago & Amy Bessone. Review of their show at the Rennie Gallery, Vancouver. For the Vancouver Sun.

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Mark Lewis - review

Mark Lewis - review

Originally published in The Vancouver Sun. Available on their archive.

David Tycho - review

David Tycho - review

Artist David Tycho - art review for The Vancouver Sun

Studies in Motion

Studies in Motion

My review of the Electric Company's theatrical look at the life of Edward Muybridge.

No Better Place

No Better Place

An article for The Vancouver Sun celebrating Hastings Little League's 50th Anniversary.

Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki

A food review in Edible Vancouver. Japanese comfort food - Okonomiyaki