Monday, October 17, 2016

Velometro Update - My maiden voyage

When the Velometro team were in town, I just caught them before they packed up the VEEMO. So I took a cruise around the indoor parking lot. It's a fun ride.


Monday, September 19, 2016

Trip to Toronto

Had a little business trip to Toronto. Can't say what I'm working on yet, but had an awesome time with this team. Plan to have something to show off in the 1st quarter next year.
A2B electric designed by friend and colleague Paul Deutchman. It's been cruising Toronto for almost 10 years now and still turning heads and going strong.

Restoration Guild. Amazing auto restorers

Velometro VEEMO in Calgary at Beakerhead

Kody Baker and his team arrived in Calgary for the Beakerhead festivities. And of course showed off the VEEMO along our bike trails
VEEMO cruising across the Peace Bridge in Calgary

Monday, April 11, 2016

Toronto Zoo has given green light to Magnovate Maglev rail

Toronto has an old monorail track sitting dormant at their zoo. Magnovate will be retrofitting their Maglev trains to use the track. Still several years out, but I'm pretty stoked to see it.
Maglev article link

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Velometro "Veemo' prototype is well on its way

Great to see VeloMetro advancing things along for the Veemo velocar. They have a body finished and the vehicle was previewed at the BC Tech Summit in Vancouver recently. Here's a quick video of the car and interview with CTO, Kody Baker: - VeloMetro

Monday, November 30, 2015

ECC 3 Clock Series - Tango Bistro Art show

It's been a while. Works kept me busy, but I've found a new hobby to design and build clocks from bike parts. This is a series of clocks with a title ECC 3 (Ecclesiastes 3) - "There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens..." So far I've completed 7 clocks with a couple more on the way. I hope you enjoy and they're for sale if you're interested. Come out to Tango Bistro to have a look:







'A SLOW BURN' $240

Thursday, June 4, 2015

eWriter / eReader design

The eWriter (name yet to be finalized) is a concept by Mischa Bertrand-Chetty. He's a local Calgarian with an entrepreneurial side who wants to develop the writer/reader and get into the notebook game. He provided me the specs and I began with sketching and finding various influences that could make this stand out. I suggested we go for a more vintage or classical look as opposed to the typical plastic laptop appearance. Old leather notebooks and journals came to mind and became the inspiration. It has a quality feel that should make it stand out in a crowded market.