Fred Herzog portrait

The Way Things Are: Fred Herzog’s Art of Observation

December 13, 2012

First published in Canadian Art Winter 2013 By Timothy Taylor At 82 years of age, photographer Fred Herzog doesn’t move…

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Coral Snake Illustration

Coffee and Coral Snakes: Batesian Mimicry at Work and Play

September 20, 2012

From Vancouver Magazine Fall Issue 2012 *** Note: I was inspired by the always-fascinating work of Eric Falkenstein (at Falkenblog)…

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Music in the City and the Psyche

July 10, 2012

Update: 28 August 2012 The editors at Harpers have assigned the story. So this piece will be appearing in an…

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The Accidental Local

February 22, 2012

First published EnRoute Magazine We’ve been motoring seaward for about an hour when Roberto finally cuts the diesel. Brazil is a bare…

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The Mast Brothers

The Adventures of Generation F

January 25, 2012

From the November 2010 Issue of Cooking Light A couple of hours after setting foot in Brooklyn for the first time,…

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Willamette Wandering

January 25, 2012

It takes a while to reach the Willamette Valley in Oregon, but you’ll know it the moment you arrive. Out…

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CEO of the Year: Christine Day of lululemon

December 14, 2011

Man, did I get pilloried for this article online. Lululemon fans thought it was insulting (and I didn’t even get…

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Peacable Kingdom statue

Chaos and Planning

October 18, 2011

This article ran first in Vancouver Review. Sadly, I have to report that the Red Gate did finally lose its battle…

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Zacharias Kunuk

Man Standing

October 13, 2011

This profile of Inuit film-making legend Zacharias Kunuk was originally published in Canadian Art Edited by Richard Rhodes *** Final…

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