What a great trip to Mexico for Zavina and Manny’s wedding. The photos are still being worked on, so I’ve only shared a few of my non-wedding-event photos of the resort for now. It was definitely a lot of fun, and I look forward to going back with another great couple, which is bound to happen soon! I highly recommend the stay here.
It’s definitely Golf season, and not just for the Canucks! A nice sunny day with a golf cart and a camera? Yes, please!
This event was held in Surrey at the exceptional Hazelmere Golf Club.
I’ve definitely got to thank Yelp Vancouver for bringing me on to the team for this night. Good drink and food was had by all, and several laughs at The August Jack in Vancouver. The event hosted three local craft brewers and about seventy or so interesting foodies who enjoyed to the last drop the formers offerings.
I’ve been quite busy working on other projects, and while I have been shooting, I haven’t been updating the blog. So the first post, which was shot back in March, are the digital stills I took in Vegas when I was there for NAB. I didn’t take photos at the conference, but enjoyed it a lot!
A few weeks back, I was hired to shoot stills and video at Surrey Central Mall for local politicians, business owners, and Target VIPs to celebrate the opening of the Surrey store.
I don’t always offer prints for sale, but leading up to Christmas, I figure what better time to offer some inexpensive prints for friends and family and random Christmas presents. I’ve pulled NINE of my favorite/popular images and decided to offer them for only $40 each! Click through for more info at the bottom of the post!
Fly Away – Vancouver
Another portrait sitting from Halloween! This time, it’s the daughter of one of my neighbors, little Hannah. She wasn’t too keen on sitting still for the pictures, but that’s ok – I got a few adorable ones anyways :)
Finally, the M6 which I sent out to Kindermann eight months ago is finally back. It didn’t take him that long to finish working on it, but it was an expensive fix, so now that its back in my hands, I got right to using it. First up, two rolls of Neopan, most of which I shot at The Vancouver Remembrance Day Celebrations, with a few outside shots to get used to it again.
I’ve been learning a bit more about InDesign over the last few months, and put what I learned to good use putting the latest issue of ABORT Magazine together. You might also recognize the image from an earlier post doing some design work.
Throughout the last summer, I was not shooting much of my own work, instead focusing on a lot of wedding work with Sohal Photography. I did manage to shoot through two rolls of Tri-x between Sept-Oct.