Monthly Archives: February 2010

My Photography Process Again

MY PROCESS AGAIN Thanks everyone for all the feedback and requests to see more on my process for shoots. I was going to post another set of images from the Olympic atmosphere here in Vancouver, but decided on posting one more on my process. This is a series done of a girl named Jen. A […]

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Japadog Vancouver Olympics

Japadog… Vancouver 2010. The line ups are long for almost anything here in Vancouver for the 2010 Olympics…. Especially the Japadog stand on Burrard…This Japadog stand has a quite a cult following which creates daily lineups of an average of 15-20 people. Now during the Olympics the line ups are around 50-75 people long.. all […]

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Vancouver 2010 Spring Olympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympics This week I have been in Vancouver shooting some architectural work for Pattison Outdoor, specifically some of their building wraps of the Hudson’s Bay Building, TD Tower, Canada Post Building and the Molson Brewery. Honestly the Molson Brewery wrap is incredible, it’s a huge wrap made up of a mosaic consisting of […]

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Editorial Home Photography

Here are a few tearsheets of home interiors I shot for Paige Weir, the art director for Avenue Magazine. A few month back Paige brought me on board to shoot interiors for the magazine. I have shot alot of commercial interiors but never really for editorial. Whats the difference? Mainly in editorial work, the scheduled […]

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My Process

My Process. I have been asked a lot recently about my creative process when it comes to shooting people. Considering I am not the most conceptual shooter, I always begin the preplanning phase with a sketch. Even if it’s a simple portrait session a rough sketch allows me to pre visualize the final image then […]

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