Mount Washington saw a feast of music, colour and all-round good times on Saturday July 17th. The sun beat gloriously down and the crowd grooved. All this on the side of a mountain that looked to snow-capped peaks and the Comox Glacier in the distance. Now that’s a location. A big shout-out to the organizers (Vig Schulman & Co. of Cumberland Village Works) and all the hard-working volunteers for a gracefully run show with a wicked line-up that featured Aaron […]
The Big Day Up has come and gone. Great feelings and images remain. Click here to check them out.
Vancouver Island Music Fest has come and gone, but the images remain. I was invited to photograph this amazing festival. Something for everyone as I hope you’ll glean from this collection of images in this gallery: Vancouver Island Music Festival Check out the festival’s website.
Another fine festival has come and gone but the images go on… The lineup was stellar with some of my faves being Little Feat (fine fine fine), The Baskery, The Don Anderson Trio, Po’ Girl… And then there are the wondering performance artists, the awesome international cuisine, fine beer, great weather, a river with beautiful swimming holes… on and on … Check out the gallery here. Check out the festival here: http://www.islandmusicfest.com/
I took this shot for the Globe and Mail back on March 24th. The photo was a front cover shot / story about Lauren’s phenomenal accomplishments at the 2010 Whistler Para-Olympics. The story was entitled, Canada’s Golden Girl and can be viewed here, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/canadas-golden-girl/article1511256/ The idea that we tried to convey was that she was on top of the world …. hence the photo on a mountain top, in this case atop Mount Washington, BC, Canada.
Check out http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/canadas-golden-girl/article1511256/ for the story on this amazing athlete.
Canon International have lent me their latest gear (cameras and lenses) for the duration of the Olympics. Basically, as a pro Canon shooter (and Nikon offers a similar service as well), you can show up to the Olympics without any kit and shoot with the latest gear. Cool.
…they have installed these yellow pylons that make the lanes extremely narrow and they are absolutely memorizing at night especially in the glare of oncoming lights. Add a little water on the pavement and the surface becomes one long mirror …