During TIFF I was at The Spoke Club for a Nikki Beach fashion show and interview for ‘Behind the Red Carpet’ documentary. I ran into Sam & View The Vibe and they had a quick chat with me on camera. See below for their interview and I’ll get to posting my photos soon. This week has been SO BUSY!
Nikki Beach’s Awesome Digs (And a Fashion Show!) from View the Vibe
Yesterday I travelled to Greece for lunch! Ok, well kinda. It was my first time at Trinity Traverna in the beaches and I went with w/ bunch of colleagues as a celebration. We sat down for a delicious, relaxing, lunch in the sun on their patio. Oh god, I love summer.
Was quite impressed with how beautiful it is in there. It actually feels like you’re on vacation.
Next time I am ordering one of these whole fish.
These shrimp were so delicious! I really want to go to Greece though, actually.
Hope day is off to a great start! LONG WEEKEND I FEEL YOU!
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The last few weeks have been filled with so many great things and it’s not about to stop! I found out yesterday that the documentary I filmed last year with director Antoine Gaber about genY and millennials has been selected and will be premiering at the Commfest Global Film Festival on September 14th. I’m moving from small screen and second screen TO THE BIG SCREEN!
The feature documentary “It’s all about ME” will be screened on Saturday 14 September 2013 at 8:30PM at the Rainbow Cinema (80 Front St E, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5E 1T4). I’ll keep you posted about tickets and when I’ll be walking the red carpet! 🙂
Watch the It’s All About ME Trailer
I’ve told you about my love for 3D printing for months now and today is a special day, my bf is having a 3D printer delivered to his office, it’s also his birthday. [LOVE YOU!] (He subscribes so this will be in his email :)) You can subscribe too.
I so freaking excited to learn how to print in 3D. Next month is the Toronto Mini Maker Faire where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning. I’m stoked to soak up inspiration and see just what’s possible.
For two days, innovators, artists and hackers from all over the city are busting out of their garages to take part in the biggest show and tell around. It’s going to be 3D printing, robots, Tesla talk, flame throwing unicorns, oh y’know, all my fav nerdy things. Gahhhhhh. A friend on the organizing team called it “burning man meets craft show” so when she emailed me I knew I had to tell you. You’ll get the to make and learn through interactive activities and workshops too.
What can you do at Toronto Maker Faire?
- Make your first robot
- Get inspired to design your own wearable electronics
- Learn how to solder
- Take your skills up a notch by attending a hands-on workshop
- Find a project that inspires you and talk to the maker who built it!
Adult per day: $25
Student/Senior/Unwaged per day: $15
Child (6-12 years) per day: $8
Sunday Morning Family Pass (10am-1pm – 2 adults, up to four children): $25
Children 5 and under are free.
AND IN OTHER 3D PRINTING NEWS… The crew of volunteers running the show are giving you one more reason to get your tickets early, the chance to WIN a 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen! DON’T EVEN, this thing started out as a badass Kickstarter that got over $2.2M.
Buy your tix to attend by FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH and you’ll be automatically entered to win. You can also gain more entries by tweeting what you’d create with the Doodler!
I would create _______ with a @3Doodler @MakerFaire_TO
If you get a ticket LMK in the comments or Tweet me. Would love to see ya there. Stay tuned for my 3D printing adventures, coming right up in the next couple months. I also promise to practice on my ukulele.
Have an awesome day!