A Dirigible Journey Created by Dragon Peak Productions A Canadian documentary about Steampunk featuring a bakers dozen of Toronto-area makers, merchants, aritsts and writers. (Including yours truely!) * Dragon Peak Productions is a film production company that is based out of Toronto, Ontario. The company was established in 2011 and we currently produce all
I’ve been playing it a bit close to the vest, but I’m happy to be able to announce that I am part of a GREAT kid’s feature film project: RUFFUS THE DOG’S STEAMPUNK ADVENTURE Last May I spent a week working with an amazing group of actors, puppeteers, costumers, and filmmakers among whose credits number beloved films
There is a lot of discussion of what is and is not quote-Steampunk-With-A-Capital-S-unquote. Richard Castle investigates Steampunk in an episode of “Castle”. For a while I didn’t have a good definition of my own (only that it’s “yesterday’s future, today!”), but then I had the very good luck to be put on a panel with
Now that the Women of Valour Calendar is officially out and on sale, I thought I would show off my latest Cosplay. Model: J.M. Frey Costume (The TARDIS Gown): designed by J.M. Frey; built byAshley Katryna and Kenneth Shelley Parasol: Hand Dyed to match the costume by Bedford Falls Headware Wig Styling and Makeup: J.M. Frey Jewellery:
Newest Articles are at the bottom ~”Geek Scene Gathers Steam”: Article in “The Torontoist” about the Canadian National Steampunk Exhibition, including a few quotes from me. Read it here. (May 2011) ~Electric Playground’s segment on “The Difference Engineers“, an exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre in which one of my Steampunk costumes appears as an artifact.