Both Dellen Millard and Mark Smich are slated to show up in person at the Hamilton Court House Tuesday for a judicial pre-trial conference. This is a meeting of the Crown, the defence and the judge to map out the trial plan. It is not open to the public. More information can be found here.
I’m continuing to research various aspects of Dellen Millard’s background, trying to figure out how he occupied himself after leaving Toronto French School. Basically it seems he was an aspiring photographer with vague ambitions in the visual arts including film and video games. He appears not to ever have finished anything he started or to have achieved any real success. His old email address was firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to sources, Dellen Millard’s parents were concerned about his path in life for several years and tried to push, or perhaps steer, him into more steady work. Despite having never been particularly interested in the family business, Millard took on a much bigger role in it, including the new Waterloo project, in 2010 and 2011, when he became involved in a serious relationship and was briefly engaged.
If you have any information, please contact me at email@example.com. No piece of the puzzle is too small so please don’t be shy.
I’m also working on another completely non-related story and a private investigation.
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Ann …. I look forward to your future articles on Dellen’s early years … I expect it will provide a bit of a roadmap to his present situation … I thought one of his decent “accomplishments” were his photo shoot opportunities in the old hangar ….the ones with the old cars were creative and had good taste … then again credit could maybe go to the photographer more than DM who supplied the surroundings …. I am also curious about his choosing culinary arts and cooking classes in his school years …. it gives a completely different twist to his personality
Thanks Arnie. Your input is always valued.
I’m going to disagree with you, however, on the artistic merit of the photos in question, à chacun son goût and all that.