Lean in, we have a story to share…
We listen, talk, write and photograph our way across Waterloo Region in person and online, finding new and creative ways to connect neighbours with neighbours, and businesses with the community.
what partners say...
As a lifetime resident of KW, I was initially drawn to select guests the Bonn Park podcast featured. This was a terrific way to learn more about local personalities. The format of the show was so good, I found myself listening to more and more episodes and in the process, deepening my knowledge of our great community. I recommend Bonn Park to anyone that takes an active interest in our community.
- Sigung Moylan; Waterloo Kung Fu
Create stories that make an impact
Through creative visuals, memorable interviews, live event coverage and engaging ads we help you create your story to make connections, inspire action, raise funds or grow your business.
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The Creative Minds Behind Bonn Park
Photographer | Filmmaker | Podcaster
Long time photographer and more recently producer of Bonn Park and An Unscripted Spectacle podcasts, I can often be found trudging through Waterloo Region’s muddy trails, alleyways and magical corners to use this city as my backdrop. I am currently wrapping up filming two documentaries, one for a local non profit and the other called ‘Playtime’ all about our connection to toys from childhood with support from the RW Arts Fund.
Writer | Artist | Podcaster
A voice of creativity and connectivity in Waterloo Region for more than three decades, Marshall is a writer, broadcaster, painter, podcaster, filmmaker and educator. Every week since 2006, Marshall has authored a column for the Waterloo Chronicle, highlighting all of the unique personalities who make up our region’s cultural fabric. Today, Marshall is using his artistry to extend his creative services to the Waterloo community through Bonn Park Media Inc.
Writing | Community Building
A writer at heart, I have practiced the trade for as long as I can remember in media, high-tech, research, education and tourism. Born, raised and still resident in Kitchener, I love to tell place-based community stories for good, which I do mostly in digital formats these days, for example the community zine “One Fine Day” I’m a big fan of all things adaptive, accessible and universally designed.
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