ADAM BENTLEY

Planner . Filmmaker . Edmontonian

“Dreaming in colour: The story behind Ottawa’s world-class transit map” (re-post from Spacing Ottawa)

SPACING OTTAWA Dreaming in colour: The story behind Ottawa’s world-class transit map BY ADAM BENTLEY May 9 2011 ADDED FOR THIS RE-POST: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING A CUSTOM … Continue reading

2011: July 18 · Leave a comment

Adam Bentley – Curriculum Vitae

ADAM BENTLEY Urban and Regional Planner adambentley@hotmail.com Phone: 613-406-4453 My diverse experiences have taught me to pay close attention to people’s perceptions of and reactions to their surroundings. I intend … Continue reading

2011: July 18 · Leave a comment

“Too Small for a Park, too Awkward to Sell? There’s a Community Design Plan for That.” (re-post from Spacing Ottawa)

SPACING OTTAWA Too small for a park, too awkward to sell? There’s a Community Design Plan for that. BY ADAM BENTLEY January 11th 2011 PRESENTATION SLIDES: South Fairfield Heights: Community … Continue reading

2011: July 18 · Leave a comment

Master’s Report: “Transit-Oriented Development in Smith’s Falls, Ontario: A Comparison Between Two Sites”

In 2007, the Mayor of Ottawa’s Task Force on Transportation suggested connecting Smiths Falls with Ottawa via commuter rail. While planning for this rail line continues, VIA Rail is preparing … Continue reading

2011: July 18 · Leave a comment

“Would Big Government be Better for Ottawa?” (re-post from Spacing Ottawa)

Would big government be better for Ottawa? EVAN THORNTONSeptember 20th, 2010 Editor’s note: Spacing Ottawa  reader Adam Bentley send this to us in the form of a letter to the … Continue reading

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Adam Bentley on IMDb

For more information on my film production work, check out my IMDb page.

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Director’s Reel

A selection of scenes from my academic and personal work as writer and director, including I Never Told Anyone (2007), Limited (2007), Golden Words: This Is For Real (2008), Luke’s … Continue reading

2011: July 18 · Leave a comment