My latest documentary - Clay, Creativity & the Comeback received some attention in the Medicine Hat News today in anticipation of the debut screening taking place at Medalta Potteries this week. The documentary explores the efforts that were made to save the buildings of Medicine Hat's clay district from demolition (including Medalta) beginning in the 1970s - a journey that lead the site to becoming a National Historic Site of Canada.
See the full article on the Medicine Hat News website here.
The debut screening of Clay, Creativity & the Comeback takes place Wednesday, September 18 at 6pm at Medalta Potteries in Medicine Hat, Alberta. All are welcome. Admission is free.
Sep 16, 2019
Sep 14, 2019
Opened in 1893 as the Chicago Athletic Association, a private men's club and sporting facility, this historic downtown Chicago building was transformed into a luxury hotel in 2015.
Located right in the heart of downtown Chicago, Illinois, directly across the street from the iconic Cloud Gate in Millennium Park, the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel blends upscale styling with historic architecture and impeccable attention to detail. Intricate tile flooring, hand-carved woodwork throughout, novelty spots like the Game Room, and an eclectic mix of artwork and artifacts make the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel a real knockout within the Loop.
Sep 11, 2019
A few visual highlights of the Gastown Steam Clock in Vancouver, British Columbia.