Photos: Launch of Splinter for poet Shery Alexander Heinis

An amazing evening at Bar Robo with our client Shery Alexander Heinis, who released her first self-published book of poetry, Splinter. 

To purchase her book visit: www.sheryalexanderheinis.com

Photography:
Mailyne K. Briggs

Entrepreneurial Adventure Showcase Ottawa | The Learning Partnership

On Monday, May 30, 2016 we had the privilege of photographing Ottawa's Entrepreneurial Adventure Showcase at the Canadian Museum of History. We even had the opportunity to snap photographs of the Honourable Finance Minister of Canada, Bill Morneau as he listened to the children talk about their projects and how much they were able to raise for various charities. 

While we we did take over 300 photographs of this event, we're careful of which images we share due to the nature of it being a children's event with many schools involved, but we hope you can get a sense of all the good that was happening that morning. 


What is the Learning Partnerships's Entrepreneurial Adventure?

"The Learning Partnership’s Entrepreneurial Adventure is all about sparking students’ natural curiosity, intelligence and passion to seize an opportunity to take their ideas to market – and discover just what they can do!
 
The Entrepreneurial Adventure Program is a hands-on entrepreneurial journey for students in Grades K-12. It is designed to develop students’ enterprising spirit, financial literacy, innovative thinking and social responsibility. To date, these student business ventures have raised $2.9 million for charities!"

To learn more visit this link: The Learning Partnership

GIVE BACK: One Big Benefit Event

Last night at Babylon we helped to raise funds to benefit Jimmy of A Dark Cloud, The Daily Grind and the Middle Eastern Bakery and took pictures of the event. 

I ran into so many people, it was like a blast from the past reuniting with old faces, but it goes to show that while tragedy does bring us closer, it reminds us what love is, what love can do and what love can build. 

Respect to everyone who came together last night and to everyone who has helped and contributed over the last month to everyone affected by the fire.