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For the love of Stage Managers

stage manager, noun a person responsible for the technical details of a theatrical production, assisting the director during rehearsal, supervising the lighting, costuming, setting, prompting, etc., and assuming full responsibility for the stage during a performance of a play. Let me tell you – this wee blog post is far too short to list the number of jobs/responsibilities that is covered in that ‘etc.’ that you read in the above definition (provided by dictionary.com). Stage Managers  ...

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Art Reproduction Photography, Commercial, My Work

Ashley Kurtz, Artist

I recently had the pleasure of photographing the work of local artist, Ashley Kurtz. Beyond being absolutely delightful, she incredibly talented. An excellent eye for colour and texture, both her encaustics and acrylics are stunning. For more information on Ashley or her work check out her website: www.ashleykurtzart.ca or  follow her on Instagram: @a_kurtzy Here’s a sampling of pieces that came through my studio!  

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Art Reproduction Photography, Commercial, My Work

Cathy Dalton, Artist

I was very fortunate to get a chance to photograph the work of Orangeville Art Group artist Cath Dalton. The colour and texture of her work is so very lovely. Here’s a small sample of the pieces we captured. If you’re an artist looking to have their work professionally photographed, I’d love to provide you with a personalized quote: sharyn@sharynayliffe.ca.

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Commercial, Lifestyle, My Work

#buildlikeaGIRL

It’s International Women’s Day. I am very fortunate to be surrounded with magnificent women in all areas of my life. These women are skilled, intelligent, beautiful, empowered and powerful. They are forces to be reckoned with and are constantly pushing the boundaries of social norms, expectations, and success. With this in mind, I’m thrilled to share with you an exciting project I’m working on (the title inspired by the very talented Lisa Lahue):Theatre Orangeville  ...

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