Firstly welcome. We have a lot to say, a lot to share with you. But my first order of business, as with any appreciative host, is to thank you for being here.
I look forward to meeting you if we haven’t yet met. I would love to meet all of our supporters personally to say thank you for your encouragement and belief over the last ten months.
It’s been a long road and it is crazy for us to look back and see how far we have come. But here we are…
We will be getting drunk on tequila to celebrate tonight! For now though let’s get stuck into what this part of our website is.
It is our ‘Create’ blog, dedicated to sharing our creative processes and ideas with you so that we can open a two way street of informative traffic. We would love to hear from you in regard to anything posted here. Especially if you have suggestions for us. We love to learn and hearing from other creatives is a great way for us to do that.
We also want to share with you who inspires us so that you too can be inspired.
There is a long list, across many different creative outlets but let me first start with my Top 10 Instagram Accounts for Photographic Inspiration. These guys are awesome and I check their accounts regularly for ideas. I hope our work here at See Ya Never makes all of these guys at least a little bit proud as they have all influenced what we are doing.
@latelight - Is actually a friend of mine from Toronto, his name is Zack and he is the creative director for Vitaly Design. We profiled him a little while back on our own Instagram and find him a constant source of radness.
@thamonstar - I don’t know too much about this guy, but his talent with a camera is almost as beast like as he looks. Great images.
@mattdraperphotography - Underwater king! Matt takes some insane wildlife photos, underwater, with the biggest and most beautiful of sea creatures.
Coexistence is vital. One experience like this will change the way you feel about the ocean forever. If you can't be here right now, please continue to let me show you through my images. Any positive change is just that. Stop buying plastic bottled water or even taking a reusable coffee cup to your favourite cafe will help our oceans in the long run. @take3cleanbeach
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