Street: First days of Spring

It’s been a little while since I have had any street photographs to share. That’s mostly been because of poor weather, but also due to the fact my Leica is still not fixed, as it has gotten put off week to week to week since I don’t have a lot of film right now. April should see a huge order go through, and the M6 fixed – but until then, here are some more shots with the RICOH GR1s

I really wish that the windows on the seabus had tinting in them.  A bit of an ironic shot – reading Life of Pi on the boat.


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Event: Vancouver’s Green Men – Sully and Force

This past Wednesday, March 27th was a huge day at Surrey Central Mall. Pastime Sports and Games brought in Ryan Kesler, who sold out his showing quickly, along with The Green Men, and the one and only Sophie Tweed. She may have felt like the odd one out if it wasn’t for the fact the event was a fundraiser for Sophie’s Place, a centre in Surrey B.C. That helps out kids in need.


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Event: Bryan Mollett at ‘The Monthly’ Gallery showing

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Good friend, fellow film aficionado and photographer Bryan Exhibited some of his work last night, March 16th to a packed house at the Chilliwack Cultural Center, and asked me to come along to take some pics of the event.

Before they were even on the wall, he had people asking about the street photographs.


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Concert: Cityreal opens for Method Man

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To be honest, before about seven months ago at a Tech9 concert in Vancouver, I had only once heard the name Cityreal and only knew one song – “Passing me by”, which is embedded after the photos. He offered me the disc he made in 2010 with Bluesman Wes Mackey when we were backstage shooting Tech for Issue 18 of ABORT Magazine, and I have been hooked ever since. I’ve written, as have others that he has an uncanny ability to draw a crowd at shows, and I genuinely feel honored to be a part of his up-coming as an artist.

The photos below are from March 7th, at the Commodore Ballroom during an opening set for Wu’s Method Man. Enjoy


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Event: Gordie Howe Signing at Central City Mall

I’ve been a hockey fan for as long as I can remember, being Canadian, I think that is even a requirement. I was born long after Gordie Howe’s heydey, but the stories, and stats that my hockey cards and other such sources told me, built in me a great respect for Mr. Hockey. I was about ten when I wrote him a letter which I gave to him at a hockey card convention, and have long since hoped I would get a chance to meet him again.

Gordie Turns 85 at the end of March. The security staff at Surrey Place Mall pitched in and got him a card, which he loved.


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Event(s): Canuck Alexandre Burrows, and Legend Guy Lafleur

February was quite a busy month of events for me, so I haven’t been able to post any photos from the Guy Lafleur signing event in Langley on the 10th until now. I figure I would bundle them up with a much more recent signing, Alex Burrows of the Canucks on Feb 27th.

Guy was a pleasure to work with, and very distinguished.


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