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Alvin Clayton of AHA MEDIA from the Nisgaa Nation in Northern BC, speaks of his Aboriginal Art inspired by loving memory of his Father

November 7, 2009 1 comment

Alvin Clayton of AHA MEDIA from the Nisgaa Nation in Northern BC, speaks of his Aboriginal Art inspired by loving memory of his Father who was involved in community services for a very long time.

Below are photos and video of Alvin and his hand drawn Aboriginal artwork  prints to be used for fundraising for Harm Reduction in Vancouver Downtown Eastside

Alvin and Aboriginal Art

This was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a Nokia N95 mobile cameraphone. April is passionate and skilled in making Nokia films by exploring mobile media production through the camera lens of a cellphone. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith @AprilFilms on Twitter or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

Alvin and WAHRS

Alvin and Aboriginal Art 2

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Below are photos and video of Alvin Clayton who dedicates his art to be used as the WAHRS ( Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society) banner at LifeSkills Centre in loving memory of his father who was very involved in community service in his Nisgaa home nation up North in B.C.

Alvin and the WAHRS Banner

This was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a Nokia N95 mobile cameraphone. April is passionate and skilled in making Nokia films by exploring mobile media production through the camera lens of a cellphone. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith @AprilFilms on Twitter or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

Alvin and WAHRS members

AHA MEDIA is very proud to introduce Alvin Clayton, our newest Vancouver Downtown Eastside (DTES) Community Reporter !

August 7, 2009 Leave a comment

Alvin photo

AHA MEDIA is very proud to have Alvin Clayton – a First Nations Nisgaa elder as part of our Vancover Downtown Eastside ( DTES) Community Reporting team.

AHA MEDIA first met Alvin at the Upwords Magazine group http://www.upwordsmagazine.wordpress.com at LifeSkills Centre and after seeing his preparation, dedication and Aboriginal governance skills to his unique style of reporting on homeless and health issues,  we were happy to invite Alvin to join AHA MEDIA.  :)

AHA MEDIA is dedicated to helping  all our communities become more informed!

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