Monday, 20 December 2021



After picking away at the carapace hide the arcade ribs gape wide in the morning light. In this, the high-modern era of Vancouver's suburban mall culture at 41st/ Cambie slowly comes to an end - making way for a range of barely inscribed ambulatory practices.

(CVA: AM1376-: CVA 59-12)

Sunday, 25 October 2020


Another ravaged building along the Broadway Corridor. A fire erupts in a dumpster behind a building housing a smoked meat diner, a bodega, and a record shop. All that was left of the tin-plated ceiling tiles was a cloud of archival smoke blowing northward.

Sunday, 26 January 2020


Port Moody Derive: A steady walk from Lafarge through slush and urbane debris did surprise with a transversal of linear parks known as Hoy and Scott.

The boardwalk was delightfully treacherous demanding some caution; begging numerous questions.

The site of the old McNair Mill bunkhouse nearby; now milky, overgrown, composted without trace. The Port Moody tread led to a major thirst requiring quenching, now possible just around the bay.

Monday, 2 December 2019


"You have been on a profitable run for some time and with Jupiter, planet of good fortune, moving into one of the better areas of your chart today that run will continue for some time yet. Don’t forget to spread around a little of what you gain."

Sunday, 1 December 2019


“Do what feels right to you over the coming week, not what other people tell you should feel right. The more someone goes out of their way to convince you of something the more you should doubt they know what they are talking about.”


Last minute changes to travel and social plans may have to be made this weekend but there is no point fuming because you don’t have the power to change things. Just go with the flow and strive to stay calm. If you can’t make it, then fake it!”

Ideas seem to be flooding into your mind at the moment, which is great, but for some strange reason you seem reluctant to follow up on them, and that’s a shame. Don’t let others persuade you to lower your sights – instead, aim higher than ever before.”