"A Soldier's Letter" was written several years ago to commemorate Remembrance Day. During that time it was praised and awarded accolades from The Royal Canadian Legion.

As we continue our journey of honouring the Soldiers of World War I and World War II, we are inspired to follow the Wounded Warriors ethos to; "Honour the Fallen, Help the Living" and raise awareness for those who have PTSD.

Through creating "A Soldier’s Letter" we have been fortunate to receive support from Vincent Corazza, Mark Ryan, Barbara Radecki and others who want to help this important cause.

We also want to bring attention to the loyal military and service animals that contribute to saving and enhancing countless lives. One of these souls is our "Faithful Companion", Elvis.

Elvis served as a K9 Explosives Dog before having to retire because of hip dysplasia. He was born in France and trained in Israel and Germany before coming to Canada. Every day he continues to inspire us and is featured in "A Soldier’s Letter".

We are not directly affiliated with Wounded Warriors Canada or The Royal Canadian Legion. We are choosing to make donations to these organisations because we want to help make a positive impact in our community.

For every purchase of "A Soldier's Letter", a donation will be made to The Royal Canadian Legion and Wounded Warriors Canada for their PTSD Service Dog Program.

For every purchase of Elvis' print, "Strength of His Heart", a donation will be made to Wounded Warriors Canada for their PTSD Service Dog Program.

For every print purchased of "Remembrance", a donation will be made to The Royal Canadian Legion.


We want to thank all of the Warriors past, present, and future,

who suffer the ultimate sacrifice so that others can live in a better world.

Raven Tales

North American Pacific Northwest


Originally Raven lived in the land of spirits...bird land. In a place that existed before the world of humans. One day the Raven became so bored with bird land that he flew away, carrying a stone in his beak.




When Raven became tired of carrying the stone and dropped it, the stone fell into the ocean and expanded until it formed the firmament on which humans now live.


The Legend of Raven