The Factory Tofino Home Plan Your Trip Business Directory The Factory Tofino Website Phone 250.266.1052 Email email@example.com Social Media @thefactoryintofino thefactorytofino Address 102-551 Campbell Street, Tofino, BC The Factory is creative, working studio space showcasing three Tofino “makers”; Lisa Fletcher jewelry • Julie Boocock leather goods • Kyler Vos photography. A retail shop and gallery to showcase their work shares the space. Open to the public for shopping and see the artists in action. 10am- 8pm, 7 days a week. Kyler Vos: Established in 2015, Kyler Vos Photo Gallery is the first and only photo gallery print shop in Tofino. Now located at the Factory, 102-551 Campbell Street, Kyler Vos Photo Gallery and Printshop offers and an array of west coast images with in-house fine art printing services. Julie Boocock: Market Canvas emerged in 2014 as a creative outlet for Julie, a self-taught leatherworker. Having always believed in a hardworking, hands-on approach to her creative projects, Julie created the first Market Canvas Bag simply because she had things she needed to carry! Her personal style resonates through the collection. Minimalism & Structure anchor the brand, combined with a focus on timeless designs – to offer elements of sophistication suited for every day. No two hides are alike, which means each bag is as one-of-a-kind as the person holding it. Leather develops more character with age [and experience], making each piece even more unique as its journey goes on. Lisa Fletcher: Each piece of LF jewelry is handcrafted by Tofino artist Lisa Fletcher. Inspired by art, travel and coastal adventures, her jewelry is finished with an organic simplicity and designed to be worn every day. Choose from her collections, pick a one-of-a-kind, or work with Lisa to create a bespoke treasure. Lisa hand forges her jewelry in her small, shared studio, celebrating little imperfections and using recycled metals, natural items and ethically sourced stones whenever possible. Each piece is made with care and attention, staying true to traditional goldsmithing techniques and tools.