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Sat. January 26, 2013
Sat. March 24, 2012
Jewelery Maker, in his studio for a lighting workshop.
Vancouver Photo Workshops
Sun. July 10, 2011
This is a test sample of an image for Mobileography, a photo show hosted by PhotoHaus Gallery dedicated to mobile phone photography.
The show opens this Friday at 7pm. A panel discussion will take place one hour before the show.
Photo o the week
Photo o the week
Sun. June 26, 2011
As a photographer I ask myself this question a lot. Sometimes the subject is obscured and that obscurity is often created by my own lack of vision.
Fri. February 25, 2011
This is a vew that I see everyday. Hanna and I draw on these windows all the time. Today a light bulb went off. I had done some photos earlier last week of hearts Hanna and I had drawn on the window. It was the sketch that later lead to this photograph. I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s more refined, but I would say that it has better intention and bit of playfulness.
Sun. January 30, 2011
I had the great opportunity to see Freeman Patterson lecture yesterday. One thing that he said rang true with what I tell my students, “it’s not about how you shoot something, it’s why you photograph it.”
This photograph was taken at sunrise this morning. I really enjoy sunrises and very rarely shoot them. I’m not interested in producing these images, however, in the past few months I’ve really been drawn to shadows & reflections. Parts of this interest are not new, but my perspective is different.
Fri. December 31, 2010
This is the last picture of my wife taken the first year we were married. Friday the 13th August 2010.
Fri. September 10, 2010
This is a photo of the Vancouver Library on a summer evening. I like the light that filters through the windows and casts long sweeping shadows over the curved architecture. I shot this in colour and decided to finish it as a B&W. There seems to be more drama in the light and the photograph as a whole in B&W. Maybe one day I’ll revisit the colour one and think otherwise.