1. #EFW (Taken with instagram)

  2. Magnificent opening night @VanPlayhouse for #yvrhunchback thx @catalyst_ca @thecultch and to all cast/crew (Taken with instagram)

  3. Excited to see this with @nadatodo @theartsclub (Taken with instagram)

  4. Highlights from the IBE Bboy 2011 championships in Holland. Hip Hop is my first love and seeing the progression of each of the elements, especially Bboying, amazes me. Enjoy… 

  5. Sushi with professional hand model extraordinaire Bree Elise. (Taken with instagram)


  6. A recent photo shoot with @stylestandards

  8. This is fantastic. Mario is timeless… like Tom Selleck.  



    (via roundmidnightinbk)


  9. Entertainment Industry Code of Ethics

    • An agent will be truthful in his or her statements to the client
    • An agent will represent all clients in good faith and recognize the uniqueness of the client’s abilities.
    • An agent will maintain an office, records and such materials necessary to conduct business normally deemed necessary to function as an agent.
    • An agent will agree to be equipped and to continue to be equipped to represent the client ably and diligently in the legitimate entertainment industry and to so represent the client.
    • An agent will maintain the confidentiality of all dealings on behalf of the client both during representation and after the representation has terminated. It is not a condition of representation that an agent stipulates the photographer, printer, school or any other service provider for the client. Should an agent have any financial interest in above named businesses, full disclosure about said interest must be provided.
    • An agent will not advertise to the general public for the purpose of soliciting clients through advertising placed in any form of printed or electronic media (newspapers, flyers, magazines, telephones, the Internet, fax, CD-ROM or mailings, etc.)
    • If an agent recommends a service provider in which they have a financial interest, it must be disclosed to the client at the time of recommendation.
    • An agent will not accept employment as an actor.
    • An agent will maintain an accessible office and telephone during all reasonable business hours.
    • An agent or designate will be available, at all reasonable hours, for consultation with the client.
    • An agent will, upon request, make available to a client or prospective client a complete current list of clients represented by the agency.
    • An agent will inform the client, upon request, of any all activities undertaken on the client’s behalf.
    • An agent will maintain proper financial books and records.
    • An agent will make all books and records pertaining to a client available to the client on a regular business day upon forty-eight hours notice.
    • An agent will not commingle monies belonging to clients with monies belonging to the agent, but will keep such monies in a separate account, which may be known as the client’s account or trust account.
    • An agent will pay each client his or her share of all monies received on behalf of the client in a timely manner. All monies belonging to the client received by the agent shall be faithfully accounted for by the agent and promptly paid over to the client.
    • An agent will tell the client at the time of signing a representation agreement which deductions from the client’s share of money the agent may make for expenses such as materials, photos, voice tapes, commissions and so on. However, the agent will make clear the client’s option to undertake the management of any or all of his own materials.
    • An agent will inform a new client that commission due to a former agent be kept current.
    • An agent will use all reasonable efforts to assist the client in procuring employment in the legitimate entertainment industry.
    • An agent will make no claims or guarantees of employment to prospective clients that cannot be immediately substantiated.
    • An agent will accept no employment on the client’s behalf without informing the client of his or her obligations, such as details of fees, performance credit, working conditions and so on.
    • An agent will negotiate terms and conditions of any employment opportunities offered in consultation with the client.
    • An agent will recognize and uphold the client’s prerogative to refuse any and all employment opportunities offered.

    *Taken from The Guide to Talent Agents, Managers & Casting Directors in the Toronto Area published by ACTRA Toronto Performers.


  10. "Talent alone won’t make you a success. Neither will being in the right place at the right time, unless you are ready. The most important question is: Are your ready?"
    — Johnny Carson