Seeking performers, videographers and photographers for street-level performances to be staged late-summer 2007 in downtown Toronto.
During morning rush hour in the financial district, supported by ropes around their midsections, performers will lean at odd angles into pedestrian traffic. Crowds will form to observe, photograph and wonder. Read more “Call For Participation ~ Suspension Performance”
The 2007 Toronto International Film Festival is now live! The website was created in-house at the Toronto International Film Festival Group by Developers Richard Norman and Marty Spellerberg; Programmers Gabriel Perez and Ric Pettit; Coordinator Neil Haapamaki and Project Manager Alice Ko. Our favorite features are the Flickr-powered galleries and the Google-powered maps. Read more “Toronto International Film Festival ’07 Website”
Created for the concert Organ: Sound and Light at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church in Toronto, this piece features compositions by Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, organ by Michael Capon and video by Marty Spellerberg.
Watch Suite Du Deuxième Ton! Read more “Organ: Sound and Light Video”
Announcing the redesign of Maquina / Jaime Leblanc Photography! Based in Montreal, Leblanc is published in The Walrus and Half Empty magazines. The site was created by developer Marty Spellerberg and built on WordPress. It is valid XHTML 1.0 Strict.
Check out Maquina! Read more “Website for Photographer Jaime Leblanc”
This is a page from the Information Architecture for the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. It reflects a significant restructuring from previous years, cutting the number of main nav items in half. This page shows one of seven key dates leading up the the festival, with both “Public” and “Industry” views of the site. Read more “Toronto International Film Festival ’07 Information Architecture”
Check out the Canadian Tire Interactive Map! Read more “Canadian Tire Interactive Map”
Proudly announcing the redesign of Bell Festival Centre! Coinciding with the groundbreaking at King and John Streets in Toronto, the website was created in-house at the Toronto International Film Festival Group by developer Marty Spellerberg and programmer Gabriel Perez.
Check out Bell Festival Centre! Read more “Bell Festival Centre Website Redesigned”
Announcing a site-wide update of Superslackers! Produced by Steven Charles Manale, Superslackers is published weekly by The Toronto Star and is nominated for Top Canadian Web Comic, Joe Shuster Awards.
The site is built on WordPress and is Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict. Read more “Superslackers Website Refreshed”