Tags archives: architecture-photography

The Myth of 'Excellent Camera Equipment'

As a pro talking to other pros it is a common industry fallacy that we hear time and time again from current or prospective clients.  "So and so has a really good camera', or "so and so just bought a brand new Nikon/Canon", implying that from a customer/client perspective they and their chosen photographer are 'good to go!!'  It comes up so often that al[...]

Updated - Kamloops & Area images for Commercial/Personal Use

For businesses and corporations, I’ve compiled a revised edition of Kamloops and area images for use.  One of the most frequently asked questions is can I purchase one of your Kamloops images for my promotional material or website?  Yes, of course you can.  Here are some common uses: Website – Both home page and internal (price depends on where the imag[...]

2018 Year in Review - Personal Favorites

I guess one of the best things about being a generalist photographer is that you have the the opportunity to be in a multitude of situations, meet a vast array of people with different mindsets, and are fortunate enough to get to experience some crazy interesting things along the way.  On top of that there are opportunities that are often not easy to come by[...]

Client: gta Architecture - Kamloops Kidz Learning Center

I worked with the great people of gta Architecture, a firm based in Kelowna, BC last summer/fall on a multi-property project.  It involved Penticton, Kelowna and Kamloops, the latter being a commercial building in the new Orchard's Walk project, east of Kamloops.  This new showcased project is located just west of the previous building and is facing east, an[...]

Marketing and Branding - Powerful Imagery Matters

Showcasing.  That’s probably the one word that best describes what strong commercial and promotional imagery can do for your business or tourism destination.  Explain to people your business, even in the most intricate of detail and they’ll get a fairly solid understanding about what you do.  Show them however, with the benefit of powerful photos and you hav[...]

Client - gta Architecture, Kelowna, BC

The last few weeks have been a bit of a blur, trekking around the province with various clients; it's been a load of fun to be honest.  One of the projects that I really enjoyed and is now in the books was for gta Architecture, an Okanagan (Kelowna) based firm.  I was contacted by them shortly before this job began with a request for high-end project work th[...]

Kamloops Museum - 'Ruin and Renewal: Fire on the Interior Plateau'

When Julia Cyr from the Kamloops Museum & Archives contacted me to ask if I would document another installation for them, this one being 'Ruin and Renewal:  Fire on the Interior Plateau', I was excited; not only because the staff and management there are fantastic but also because I thought it made a natural transition from the Kamloops Fire Fighters Cal[...]

My Favorite Images of 2017

It’s funny, isn’t it, the every day events that occur in our lives, ups and downs and highlights that constitute an entire year.  As we live it, it can sometimes feel boring or tedious, day to day, week to week.  But as the year winds down and we have a chance to truly reflect on what’s transpired, re-living those highlights, the laughter, the camaraderie, n[...]

A week at the 'Peaks' - Client: Sun Peaks Resort

Spending time and working with the great people of Sun Peaks Resort is always something I look forward to.  So, last week was even more special when I was able to go up and spend a few days on two separate shoots:  The first one was the The Alpine Fondue & Starlight Descent. (see the link for full details).  The mid-mountain lodge has been totally refurb[...]

Carlyn - Chic in the Village

Carlyn and I originally chatted about getting our shoot done about a month ago.  But as fate would have it, we had to put it on the back burner for a bit due to our schedules.  We'd chatted enough and had a ton of concepts ready that whatever the weather was doing (and it snowed  in the village the day before),  we were ready to give it a go.  As it turned o[...]
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