I design and host websites for individuals, not-for-profit organizations and small businesses
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Geoff Goodyear Photography
Creating Geoff's website, www.geoffgoodyearphotography.ca, was such a delight! His award-winning photography is phenomenal. The website displays his images of Labrador and other places around the world. Combining his love for the land, wildlife, people and culture with his skills behind the lens is nothing short of a work of art.
The Beothuk Institute is a not-for-profit, volunteer, organization committed to developing a better public knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the history and culture of the Beothuk, of their prehistoric ancestors, and of other First Nation Peoples of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
It was an honour to design this website as it allowed me to play a role, albeit a small one, in preserving some of the history of the Beothuk people. www.beothukinstitute.ca.
Pete Barrett Craft
Every product is different! With the exception of the hand drums which are created by George Barrett, each product is handcrafted by Pete Barrett using original designs and quality materials - unique jewelry and craft items such as aboriginal artwork, aboriginal hand drums, fibre art, glass art as well as embroidery kits and supplies for the ‘do it yourselfers’.
Barbour Living Heritage Village
Such a pleasure to work with the Board and Management of the Cape Freels Heritage Trust! This not-for-profit organization is responsible for preservation and operation of the Barbour Living Heritage Village. These are historic, heritage properties that were once owned by the Barbour family, a prominent merchant family in the coastal Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. This is a tourist attraction for residents and non-residents of the Province offering guided tours, living interpretation, walking trails, picnics, dining, entertainment, shopping and accommodations.
Rev. Valerie Peyton Kingsbury is my sister. She writes a weekly blog that is thought provoking and inspiring. I have had the pleasure of creating the graphics for her work since she started the website, www.peytonkingsbury.ca a few years ago.
Making words come alive through images and pictures is so much fun. My inspiration comes from the main theme or the thread of emotion that jumps out as I begin to read or write. Sometimes what starts out as one creation changes completely as I gain a different understanding or am distracted by a particular thought.
- Build a World Where Love is Lived January 15, 2020All part of the same body - each different; each needed to make the body whole. May we gain strength in our diversity and build a world where love is lived Read more › The post Build a World Where Love is Lived appeared first on Valerie Peyton Kingsbury.Valerie
- The Universe said ENOUGH January 9, 2020Besides being a workaholic, I also have some difficulty taking the needed rest that I so often advise others to take. Yesterday the Universe said ENOUGH. Read more › The post The Universe said ENOUGH appeared first on Valerie Peyton Kingsbury.Valerie
- A Regular Saturday Just After Christmas January 2, 2020In this blog I want to share a story with you. It happened on a regular Saturday just after Christmas when I received one of the greatest Christmas presents Read more › The post A Regular Saturday Just After Christmas appeared first on Valerie Peyton Kingsbury.Valerie
- Not just once a year but every day December 20, 2019Encompassing love revealed in every moment and I know the Christ is born not just once a year but every day in the hearts and minds of all. Read more › The post Not just once a year but every day appeared first on Valerie Peyton Kingsbury.Valerie
- A Simple Act of Kindness December 11, 2019And my phone went "Ding"! My heart broke and tears fell but it reminded me of the real meaning of Christmas and the power in a simple act of kindness Read more › The post A Simple Act of Kindness appeared first on Valerie Peyton Kingsbury.Valerie