From Montreal, WatchPaper.com is dedicated to bringing the latest industry news from the captivating realm of wrist watches. We are covering all the established brands, keeping an open eye on the new players from around the world.
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As a graphic designer, Adam is fascinated by the crossroads between technology and aesthetics. Horology is one of these crafts, where art and engineering come together to produce mechanical wonders that grace the eye. WatchPaper was born from the desire to create an online tool where he can share his passion for watches.
An avid writer and blogger of timepieces of all kinds, from everyday timepieces to modern luxury Haute Horology, favourite brands being HYT, Greubel Forsey and Urwerk that push the boundaries of modern watch-making. John always keeping a keen interest in the UK watch scene with the many emerging brands and timepiece’s. Currently contributing watch related articles for online publications in the UK and USA.
TimeCaptain is a self-confessed timepiece junkie. He spends nearly all of his spare time buying, selling, trading, researching, admiring and trying different timepieces.
He’s also a fanatic Formula 1 fan, having followed every single Grand Prix since 1991. He switches to NFL football in the fall and roots for the Green Bay Packers.
A child of the 1980’s, TimeCaptain is mad about 80’s music, TV, cinema and pop culture. Another interest of TimeCaptain is space exploration and the study of distant planets and galaxies.
When asked about his favorite watch, TimeCaptain remembers Enzo Ferrari’s answer as to his favorite car — “the one I haven’t built yet.”
By day, Michael works in IT for a large Canadian company. By night, he tries to absorb all the information he can about watches from as many sources as possible. He is fascinated by horology because, at their best, watches represent functional art that lives with you; a small, personal, delight that surprises you many times through the day.