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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
At the beginning of the year a group of Dal and King’s students put together a band called The Woodshed to compete in Dal’s Got Talent. The band just got […]
A group of King’s students eat steak with every meal for one whole week.
Walk into Bowtique Hair and Makeup on a Wednesday and you might be in for a surprise!