Evil Twin Music
About Evil Twin Music
Evil Twin Music is owned by Chris Pauley, a Canadian composer and producer of music for film, TV, advertising, the web, games (and pretty much any other media you can think of). He uses a combination of synthesized, sampled, and real instruments, and creates original, iconic music intended to leave an lasting impression on audiences.
- A delegate at the Atlantic Film Festival; representing the Screen Composers Guild of Canada.
- Moderating a panel on film composing with Marvin Dolgay, the President of the Guild, Bob Hunka, a Los Angeles music supervisor who's a strong advocate for Canadian content and works with SOCA.
- A film from NB ("Omaha Fly By") that will screen during the Atlantic Shorts programs.
H2O Happy 2 Organize
Happy 2 Organize is your solution to the clutter stress in your home, your office, your space, and your life.
Organization is having a system in place that creates balance and allows you to live life to the fullest by setting a routine to have everything in its own place.
H2O Happy 2 Organize provides superior personalized organizational services for individuals (both indoors and outdoors) and business spaces. We help you create aesthetically pleasing environments that optimize your space through organization. We do this by incorporating function and ergonomic solutions to improve your productivity and quality of life… you deserve it!
We can help “save” you from the stresses of moving, going through a life event, downsizing, undergoing home improvements/repairs, being a busy professional with a stressful lifestyle, or having a disorganized small/home office. Give us a call, we are “Happy 2 Help”
Mustard Seed Jobs
About Mustard Seed Jobs
As a handyman company we will take your “To Do” list and mark off those items one by one. We paint, caulk, fix, repair, renovate, redecorate, restore, refurbish and can tackle just about anything you might have around your home.
We carry liability insurance and are also covered by the WCB of NS for your ease of mind.
No job is too small!