Category archives: Architecture

5 Top Reasons to Hire a Commercial Photographer

As a professional commercial photographer, it’s always gratifying to work with people who appreciate what excellent imagery can do for their business.  I also understand that the value applied to those images in order to craft your brand can be a lot to absorb.  Good photography is not cheap, but when you put so much of your time, energy, and money into buil[...]

Client: Sagehills Dental Group - Kamloops

I was fortunate enough to work with Sagehills Dental Clinic this week, consisting of Dr. David Ciriani and Dr. Matt Francisco.  The clinic is located at 755 McGill road, suite 201.  Dr. Ciriani also owns the 'Smile Spa' in the same complex, but on the front of the building, facing north.  Sagehills just moved from their downtown locale in October of last yea[...]

Victoria's new Double Tree by Hilton - Project Overview

There's no doubt that our province's capital is a beautiful city.  It has history, charm and a beautiful harbour all entwined into an atmosphere that is extremely touristy and easy going.  It was a funny journey that day, after completing a commercial job in downtown Vancouver I immediately left for the ferry and I was lucky enough to be the last vehicle on.[...]

Showcasing 'Orabella' by Homex Development.

I've worked with Homex Development for a number of years now in Kamloops; they're not only good people to work with but I love their designs and finished product.  It makes my job easy when I really appreciate the product. Hidden Trails at Mount Dufferin is the newest subdivision going in to the Dufferin area, and Orabella is located on Rockcress Drive. I[...]

Oh...That View!

After I pulled into the driveway of this gorgeous home on Rosehill Dr. in Kamloops to photograph it for a builder, the first thing I did was head to the back to check out what the view was like.  I knew it wouldn't disappoint simply because of the elevation gained from the valley of Kamloops.  To put it mildly it was fantastic but I didn't really appreciate [...]