Originally printed in the September-October issue of Converge magazine. Photos by Royce Sin and Ryan Wong for Converge magazine I’m lounging in a plush leather seat in the lobby of a moderately swanky apartment building turned hotel. As I wait for Joseph Vincent to arrive, I look over my notes […]
Author: Shara Lee
“The process will be long and in parts very painful; but that is what we are in for. Nothing less.” — C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity I wonder why it’s so difficult to create. I think up a theme, and come up blank. I grasp my pen, but no words flow out. […]
Last week we our good friends from MADE set us up with a few hours of chat & photo shoot time with Joseph Vincent. For those of you who are not familiar with this name, Joseph Vincent is a young self starter who has gained a following as an artist by […]
Check out this video from our 1st Annual Social on June 2, 2012.
To Afghan Canadian filmmaker Brishkay Ahmed in any and all cases the burqa is a tool of oppression. Ahmed begins her film, Story of Burqa in Vancouver where she stands on a street corner and asks a woman passing by to try on the full-length veil. The woman obliges and […]
Most are familiar with the story of Judas Iscariot. The apostle has been a major player in the morality tale that warns Christians about the evils of greed. Although sincere repentance on the part of Judas remains somewhat of a mystery, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot hopes to shine […]