In episode 5, we meet Paul Krzyszkowski who traveled to Mississippi at the age of 16 to learn the art of blacksmithing. He never looked back, and at only 19 years of age now owns and operates his very own studio in Toronto crafting one of a kind tools.
In our fourth installment of the Make Love series, we spent some time with Woodhouse beer's owner/operator Graham Woodhouse. With lots of hustle and a passion for all things food and beer related, Graham dived into the craft beer scene with his unique amber lager. His blue tall cans can be found all over Toronto in some of the best restaurants and bars. Warning: this video will make you thirsty.
For our third episode of the Make Love series, we hung out with musician and producer Rob Higgins in his Toronto home studio on Phoebe Street. Rob talks about how this old house inspires creativity and allows musicians to create music in a relaxed environment. Shot over the course of three years, we see the evolution of a small studio with a big sound.
Located in the beautiful rural town of Cavan, Ontario, the McCamus family has been tapping maple trees and farming for over four generations. We sat down with Brad and his father Rob to talk about their thoughts on tradition, family, and of course their love of maple syrup.
In our first episode we meet the ladies of the Saloon Salon, located at the corner of Harbord and Roxton in Toronto, Ontario. We discussed their thoughts on success, growing their business independently, and what inspires them to keep moving forward.