I had the pleasure of working on Big Brother Canada 3 in the spring of 2015. I started as an intern on their casting team, working with the casting department […]
I’ve had the pleasure to work on a wide range of TV shows. Please contact me about working together on your next screen based project. Here are just a few of the […]
On Sunday March 20th, Raymond Moore the CEO of the Indian Wells tennis tournament said this.. “In my next life when I come back I want to be someone in […]
Let’s talk about digital marketing. These days social media is so important. I can create terrific tweets, inspirational instagrams and personal page posts. Together we can manage your brand and make […]
Let me capture the moments you want to remember. Here are a few of the photography services I offer: Set stills photography Camp and Cottage photography Photobooths Engagement Sessions […]
I love writing – but I love writing about sports. Here are some of my best: Beyond Bikinis: How the media covers female athletes Sharpe graduates to the Olympic pool […]
As the Christmas season comes and goes, I’ve thought about how the many of us missed christmas. Not on purpose – we were just simply too busy checking our phones […]
One of my favourite things to do at parties, is to set up a photo booth. I can set them up nearly anywhere and they always bring joy to the […]
I spend my summers in Cobourg Ontario, a small town an hour east of Toronto. We have a cottage on Rice Lake and often on our way there we stop […]
I love Iceland. Here’s why: Iceland. from Paula Sanderson on Vimeo.
Words by Ken Wallingford, Photos by Paula Sanderson You look good. Really good. You feel like you look good too, because the outfit you put on this morning was easy […]
In a small storefront in the North End of Halifax Peter Burbrige is selling more beer than he can brew. In late January Peter Burbridge, 31, opened the Bridge Brewery […]
Dressing to impress can be as easy as jeans and a t-shirt. The difference is in the colour and fit. “A slim jean in a dark wash,” says Jeanie Kimber. […]
From Hugh Hefner to Clark Gable to our grandfathers, classic men smoked pipes. Chris McFadden, pipe enthusiast and Sievert’s Limited tobacco shop employee, suggests doing your homework before you walk […]
Pax Lodge is a World Centre owned and operated by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. From October 2013-April 2014, I was the Marketing and Communications Intern. These are […]
In the summer of 2013, I joined the All Summer Staff team at Camp Oochigeas as their photographer and videographer. Camp Oochigeas is a camp for children affected by childhood […]
From April – May 2013, I worked as the editorial intern for Cottage Life Magazine, a division of Blue Ant Media. Working with the editorial team, was invaluable because I learned how […]
This piece written in the fall of 2013, is my Honours Project for the University of King’s College. I pitched the piece in September and it was completed six weeks later. The […]
Just some vids I shot and edited for our Graduation. Congrats King’s Class of 2013!
For three years, I was a staff reporter for the Dalhousie Gazette. I wrote numerous articles from news briefs to major features. I interviewed celebrities, athletes and every day students. Here are a few of the […]
Summer Office Wear: It can be tricky to pick office wear for summer. Karl Van Allen of Dugger’s Men’s Fashion says pick clothing based on your specific workplace. “How you […]
Fade in: a Toronto condo building. Cut to: a young man shirtless in a bathroom. He’s looking in the mirror, watching himself jerk off. Pan: across the room so we […]
The magazine for the modern man. The articles I wrote and the photographs I took for the magazine can be seen here: THE MANTHRO FASHION SHOOT Refined Rebels Bridge Brewery […]
My friend Harry is a actor of sorts and needed some head shots done. I just got a new camera and wanted to play with it. The following is the […]
I remember the year they introduced the wordle shirt. That shirt WAS guiding. It was perfect. I remember thinking… finally there is a piece of clothing that is cool. I […]
The Stammbergers are Dalhousie people. Anna played for Dal’s women’s basketball team for five years starting in 1978. She was assistant coach for two years under Carolyn Savoy and […]
Multiple Dalhousie records were broken at the swimming team’s first at-home meet, the AUS invitational. This past weekend David Sharpe smashed the records for both the 200 metre backstroke […]
Dalhousie’s domination in the pool continued this past weekend at the AUS invitational meet at the Dalplex. Dal was on top of the podium for 17 of the 19 women’s […]
They did it again. Dalhousie’s swimming teams are the AUS champions. This is the 15th consecutive win on the men’s side and the 12th straight title for the women. […]
What’s that, you say? You’re single? And ready to mingle? Well, aren’t you in luck. We at the Gazette thought you may want to meet eight of Dalhousie’s most eligible […]
An LG flip phone found at the scene of a sleep watcher incident, had a text with the same name as the accused, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court heard Monday. […]
Trial testimony alleges Barry Sinclair acted suspiciously following morning incident In court on Tuesday, a female Dalhousie student testified that after yoga on Sept. 15, 2011, she went home and […]
The Crown’s application for admitting ‘similar fact evidence’ was rejected by Judge Wood in the Barry Sinclair trial. Sinclair, 50, has been charged with two counts of break and enter […]
UNews talks to students at Dal, MSVU and SMU about their campus fitness facilities With Ken Wallingford. Unews reporters walked around Halifax campuses on Friday Nov. 23, 2012 to talk […]
Dal, SMU, community groups all sharing precious time slots There are 15 figure skaters, 55 varsity hockey players and over 350 intramural players at Dalhousie University. But these athletes […]
There is glitter everywhere. On the walls, covering the tables and stuck on members of Team Possible. Team Possible is a group of young adults with Down syndrome who get […]
With Clark Jang The King’s Co-op Bookstore is doing some soul searching after receiving its annual financial statement. While the bookstore brought in $98,547 in profit, general and administrative expenses […]
Students are desperate for space, but unsure if the cost is too steep A proposed levy for a new building on Dalhousie’s Sexton Campus is getting mixed reviews from planning […]
With Tari Wilson and Ken Wallingford. The Dalhousie Student Union is operating a Puppy Room this week for stressed out students. [View the story “Dalhousie dog event makes big […]
The CKDU newscast hosted by yours truly.
For six weeks I took part in an intensive radio class. On the final day I documented how we put the show together. This is the behind the scenes of […]
The International Olympic Committee cut wrestling from the Olympic program. Halifax wrestlers react.
That time when I hosted the Radio Room on CKDU 88.1 in Halifax
I sat down with host Charlotte Harrison to talk about how we treat choking in Canada.
I loved them!
The Halifax reaction to Blackberry 10
I’m not a fan of the grammy’s…
A group of students at the University of King’s College envisioned Arthur and the gang in College for the Fringe Theater Festival. This is what to expect:
What do the modern chimney sweeps do? I went along with Black Magik and found out more.
One Saturday in January a group of journalism students hit the hill to let off some steam and have some good old Canadian fun… Music: Feeling Good by the Sheepdogs […]