Valhalla is a group of like-minded members, from all over North America, hell-bent on inspiring people to be the change they wish to see.
We are in La Prairie on the South Shore of Montreal, just 20 minutes outside of downtown.
We are building the first of many 100% sustainable communities in the Montreal region. Our plan is to document the entire process to show the world that sustainable communities are:
Valhalla was born in April 2012. We've been planning and organizing since and will begin constructing our first Earthship in Spring 2013.
We believe many of the world's ills can be solved through sustainable, communal living. Through action, community and sustainability, we want to be the spark that influences people to live a lifestyle that is eco-friendly and happy.
We are funding the project through multiple methods:
Bio: McGill graduate who taught himself videography and started a marketing company called 'Why? Simply Because'.
Bio: Public Relations student at Mcgill University. He spends his time spreading the word about Valhalla through media and events.
Bio: Math-major who could no longer ignore the lessons learned on his travels around the world. He is now devoted to changing the world, and making high school life easier for his students with his start-up company, "Educated Solutions".
Bio: Artist, graphic designer and modern-day alchemist. He spends his days mixing potions for his plants and body, exploring the ways of the ancients and testing the boundaries of consciousness.
Bio: He was accepted to McGill's Math and Biology program before refusing acceptance to pursue a more productive and fulfilling life with Valhalla. Currently working as the lead web developer at a small but successful Montreal web firm.
Bio: USC dropout who created a thriving website - HighExistence.com - which inspires people to think differently, and a clothing company called RaveNectar.
Bio: Hailing from NYC, I am a curious child and a loveable hermit, carefree and always hopeful. I attended McGill University for three years (Classical Studies & Political Science) but left the world of academia during my fourth year in order to follow my passion-- aided by the skills I developed in school and the will to break free from what I "should" do. At this point in my life, I am a business partner, an artist and a writer. I work in visual aesthetics, including drawing, painting, videography, and now digital modelling/animation. And despite having written countless pages of academic babble over the years, I still love writing, both as some fun mental gymnastics and as a way to express myself. Moving forward with my life, I know nothing for certain nor what the future will hold. My interests and my disposition keep changing, but one thing's for sure: I will always run where my happiness leads me.