Uranium
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Uranium

Written for Little Burgundy Magazine, orginally published in October 2010. Magazine can be found at Little Burgundy Shoes. Uranium  In 2002, Mary-Eve Ruel never imagined that she would someday be the owner and designer of jewelry and accessories label Uranium. Initially intimidated by Montreal, the self-proclaimed ‘shy’ twenty-six year old’s creations now reflect the different personalities … Continue reading

Celebrity Secrets
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Celebrity Secrets

Written for Little Burgundy Magazine, published in September 2008. Magazine can be found at Little Burgundy Shoes. Celebrity Secrets Based in Hollwood, California, Kitson jewelry is a mix of fantasy, humor and fun-loving celebrity pop culture. From little Lego men, ice cream cones and sunglasses, to religious symbolism, Kitson’s goal is to make people laugh. I … Continue reading

Nerds Gone Wild for Found Footage
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Nerds Gone Wild for Found Footage

Written for Torontoist, posted on February 2, 2011. Online version can be found at Torontoist. Nerds Gone Wild  Wayne and Garth impersonators. Pregnant celebrity exercise videos. Wieners and vomit. Welcome to the world of Found Footage Festival. A “celebration of bad videos”,  where the humour is always unintentional and and male frontal nudity is mandatory, regardless … Continue reading

My First Crush
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My First Crush

Written for Snap! magazine, published in October 2010 Online version can be found on page 28 at  Snap! It was 1989 and I was five when I developed a crush on Eric Raymond, the Misfits’ manager from Jem and the Hollograms. I was attracted to his mean-looking eyebrows. My life at the time consisted mainly … Continue reading