Sunday, March 27, 2011

0 to 100 Project oldest Critic

Today Nanny (Marguerite Davis) came down to Angell Gallery she is 100 and is the last page of the book show and App. She came with her sons and Janet Davis who is also in the show. Marguerite is and insperation, moblie still very with it and has great eye site. She is also recently a Great Grandma, she needed 18 posters for her Grand and Great Grand children. On the way out of the gallery she took a moment to sign some posters for me and other gallery goers.

Thanks Maguerite

Saturday, March 26, 2011

0 to 100 Free i Pad App now on i Tunes

0 to 100 i Pad App Demo Short from sandy nicholson on Vimeo.

The 0 to 100 App is now up on i tunes. The reception for the App has been great it has a 5 star rating. Its free so if you would like to check it out you can download it from the link below.

The App was created by Kristin Maling and the Up Inc digital team

Here are some of the reviews

"Pure genius. What an amazing study of the human condition. Very life affirming thank you" Finnie la

"Fascinating in site to aging. Really enjoyed the video content.Lots of fun with the face mixing. Great app!" Furniturepimp

Friday, March 25, 2011

0 to 100 Opening Toronto

It was a great night at Angell Gallery. Lots of people of every age came out to see the book prints and App for the first time. Wine snacks and Juice boxes, thanks so much to everyone who helped make the project happen. 100 prints 400 magnets lots of i Pads and books hot off the binding press. The books have been printed by and bound by

Thursday, March 24, 2011

0 to 100 poster on street

The opening of the 0 to 100 show is tonight from 6 till 9 Angell Gallery 12 Ossinton Ave Toronto and posters have turned up around the gallery on Ossington Ave and Queen street. (Thank you Phantom poster fairy)

The o to 100 web site created the brand communications firm Up Inc is now live and has a flash flip book

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Fan 590 TV Spot

Bob McCown TV Spot from sandy nicholson on Vimeo.

Just finished and on air now is the now TV spot for Bob McCown Toronto based sports caster. We shot the print and motion over a few days with a small crew under the creative direction of Dean Bender. As always it was a stack of fun, Directing people for motion is just a simple step away from the process of story telling in stills.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

0 to 100 Exhibit March 24th

Age is only a number. The Party

0 to 100 A photographic experiment in print and digital form

Experience the ultimate life story. Join photographer Sandy Nicholson for the launch of 0 to 100—a photography exhibit, a book and an interactive i Pad app—featuring portraits that chronicle the beauty of every age, from mere weeks to a full century old.

6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday, March 24, 2011
Angell Gallery
12 Ossington Avenue Gallery Hours: 12 - 5pm.

Exhibition runs until Sunday, March 27, 2011.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

0 to 100 Printed at Flash

The 0 to 100 the book is now printed.

Rich Paputit and his team at Flash printing and have done a amazing job. The pages have been printed at a 290 line screen and with a metallic ink for the backgrounds.

Doug Laxdal of the Gas Company created the Ink and separations.

Huge Paper Nice Matt is the paper we are printing on its making the skin tones in all the faces look great.

I'm feeling very spoiled being able to work with the people who make the ink and print the job and to be able to go to the press check opposed to sending the files to China and hoping for the best.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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I have just photographed Amy Swartz's stunning new work "Pest". I love insect collections, they are like photographic collections--the thousands of little special things.

There are four boxes now in her set. Amy modifies each delicate insect, mixing heads arms and legs from tiny toys and action figures onto the bodies of the insects and then she arranges into individual or group pieces, some with subtle 'narratives', others plainly beautiful or whimsical.

In the piece show here, at first glance they look like museum boxes then as you get closer you see they are crowds of insects with human heads.

The insects in this post are inspired by a photo of crowds in Tahir Square, Egypt.

If you would like more information about the work Amy can be contacted at