Tom Cochrane is a digital storyteller and the creative director of Old Crow Magazine. Tom's photography and videography work can be found at tomcochranephoto.com.Tom is based in Newfoundland, Canada.
By Tom Cochrane on February 14, 2017Celebrating the differences that make us all friends, The Swinging Belles perform their song Palentine live in the Woody Point Heritage Theatre in Woody Point, NL. The Swinging Belles were in the Gros Morne region to perform with Gros Morne Summer Music. Find out more about The Swinging Belles at theswingingbelles.ca. The Swinging Belles were… Read More
By Tom Cochrane on February 13, 2017With Gros Morne National Park along the western coast of Newfoundland, amazing sunsets are aplenty. All throughout the Park are countless places for you to stop for a few minutes and take in the amazing colours of the sun as the day ends. We collected our top 5 places to watch a sunset in Gros Morne…. Read More
By Tom Cochrane on February 9, 2017World-class pianist Jan Lisiecki (only 21, and from Calgary) was in Gros Morne National Park in July 2016 to perform a solo concert at St. Pats in Woody Point, NL. Prior to his concert, we met up with Jan at St. Pats to record this performance of Schumann’s Kinderscenen, Op. 15, No. 7 — Träumerei (Dreaming)…. Read More
By Tom Cochrane on February 6, 2017Newfoundland-based poet Robin Durnford participated in Trails Tales Tunes 2016, reading a selection of her new works. While on a break from performing, we met up with Robin on the windy wharf in Neddies Harbour to record her reading some of these pieces. This is Janny, Our Father, and Strands. Find out more about Robin… Read More
By Tom Cochrane on January 30, 2017Kat McLevey writes and performs songs that have been described, simply, as magical. While Kat was on tour across Newfoundland with Nova Scotia’s Hillsburn in June 2016, it only seemed fitting that we bring her to one of the most magical places we could find: a clearing in the tuckamore trees near the Lobster Cove Head… Read More