Entries by summerleigh

Blue Dot Dissonance

This week I attended an important rally outside of Osgoode Hall. The David Suzuki Foundation was in court arguing that the government needs to recognize the current climate crisis we are facing. Instead? The gov’t is spending our money, in a time of austerity, on stickers that lie to us on gas pumps.  For a […]

My Haunted Exhibition at the Mackenzie House

It was all fun and games when one of my framed artworks mysteriously came off its metal hooks and chains at the notably haunted Mackenzie House the first time, unbroken, but now that it has come off the chains for a second time and smashed? Well now I’m not sure what to make of the […]

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Visits Toronto

Today our young, international star of a Prime Minister sat down with John Tory, mayor of our young, international city. It is the first time a Prime Minister has sat down with Toronto’s mayor since amalgamation in 1998. As history was being made today, I couldn’t possibly stay away.  I arrived about 45 minutes early […]

Headshots by Summer Leigh

It’s hiring season! Would you like a sharp new photograph for your LinkedIn? Valentine’s Day is coming up fast; would you like a photo that’ll get em swiping right? This January and February only, I am having a sale on headshots! One hour photoshoot, one beautiful, touched up photo (but not too touched up ;), […]

King and Yonge Sts.

William James Sr. was the man running around climbing to the tops of buildings for a photograph before it was cool. He was the original Toronto on Top photographer. He was the first man on the planet to shoot moving images from a plane, and shot the first ever aerial photographs of Toronto. He moved […]