I happened upon Vancouver artist Ken Gerberick at a local vintage car show last fall, as he set up off the main roadway against the flow of spectators and other showcars …Read More
… as I passed one of the local shop's window display caught my attention - in the darkness it had the appearance of a theatre stage …Read More
Selection of images taken during the inaugural Fort Langley Zombie Fest walk, October 19 2013.Read More
While I have been embarrassingly slow to process and post any new images, both online here and at Google+, I thought I would upload this particular image from my last round of street photography in downtown Vancouver. I wanted to capture an angle of a building and theatre sign that has been photographed and documented thousands of times, from a perspective that was unique (for me). The pigeonon the lower left was not added in post production, it was honestly in flight and I believe it only adds a living component to this image. Processed in Lightroom and Nik Software's Silver Efex Pro 2 to really pop the textures in the brick and stone, and on the sign.
Recent photography outing to visit the studios of Master Glass Blower Robert Gary Parkes.Read More
I found this trio of youngsters gathered around an unusual Volkswagen bug at the recent Great Canadian VW Show here locally …Read More
With the exploitation of the digital medium, many photographers have chosen to forego any semblance of a printed product as a nod towards their photographic legacy. How important is it to you that your photography lives on past this generation, with the possiblilty that digital-only portfolios could potentially be lost forever with no printed record of their existence?Read More
Back at it again this past weekend, working alongside my colleague Brian Vo, creating some promotional shots to highlight the great techniques of new make-up artist Sim Janjua, from 'Studio Elle' here in the Lower Mainland. Very fortunate to be working again with Rani Hayden, with whom we had a blast doing some casual photographs with her and husband Matt back in the summer. She has a truly engaging personality, and Sim's work really cut through in so many of these images with Rani in her traditional Indian wedding dress!
Just goes to show that you can take great portraits, but it is that attention to detail that working with a MUA provides that really takes those images to the next level.