The Streets Of Vancouver During the 2010 Winter Olympics

After Monday’s Victory Ceremony this ad said it all. Canada broke a streak of no home soil gold medals thanks to the brilliant performance of Alexandre Bilodeau. NIKE was all over this projection billboard along Robson Street that greeted people as they left BC Place. 

Witnessing Canada’s First Gold Medal On Home Soil Awarded

We didn’t have Gold Medal Hockey Tickets. Heck, we didn’t even have Gold Medal Curling Tickets. What we did have were a couple of cheap seat tickets to an Olympic Victory Ceremony at BC Place during Quebec Night that featured some guy named Gregory Charles 

Paralympic Athlete Andrea Holmes and the Vancouver 2010 Mascots Visit Douglas College

Last night, Paralympic Athlete Andrea Holmes brought her Vancouver 2010 mascot friends along to a special event at Douglas College, put on by the Douglas College Business Association. The event attracted both business students and faculty members interested in learning about the value of teamwork, 

Dot Com Pho – The Sort of Cinematic Edition

Dot Com Pho has always been a low budget, low production value weekly mish mash of the dumb things that we do while eating Vietnamese Noodles. While we’ve always talked about doing a proper higher production value podcast or show, the actual effort to make 

Completely Random Things – Olympic Edition

It’s been a few days since I’ve posted as it has appeared that I have caught the “Olympic Fever”. I’m not really much of a sports watching guy. I’m more of a get out there and do it type of person. However, every four years, 

Taking a Stab at Wedding Photography

This past weekend, I had a chance to attend my friends, Jen and Jay’s wedding. The ceremony took place on Grouse Mountain, overlooking Vancouver. At first, I wasn’t going to take my camera along, but how many times do you actually get a chance to