Tags archives: kamloops-portrait-photographer

Kamloops Corporate Greeting Card Client: Excel Industries

A little while ago Excel Industries in Kamloops approached me about creating a promotional card showcasing an iconic image of Kamloops with their logo on the back and inside they could use to connect with their potential clients as well as give thanks to their existing ones. They chose a large number of the one you see here, 'iconic'. They were looking fo[...]

Client: Kelson Group at TRU

With a commercial project set to finalize on the campus of Thompson Rivers University for the Kelson Group in Kamloops, images have been gathered from all corners of the region, in all seasons in preparation. This particular group of images for the project though allowed me to go back to work on the campus, to showcase some of the beautiful architecture in[...]

Kamloops Corporate Greeting Card clients: CIBC & BCCF

The complete line of customizable corporate and commercial Kamloops and area greeting cards have been on the market for a few months. The CIBC KS Advisory Group and the BCCF (British Columbia Conservation Foundation) are two of my most recent clients. The cards are 5 x 7" and come with envelopes. They can have almost anything done to them from logo place[...]

Regional Gems and Hard Work

Technical ability, check.  Necessary equipment, check.  Regional information about the landscape and sunrise and sunset direction and time?  Wait, what? If the last point threw you a bit of curve ball, it shouldn’t have. I think we’ve all been guilty of yearning for a locale that offers cascading waterfalls, eternal rainbows and majestic elk runn[...]

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[...]

Kate - Milan Bound

Kate is a very gifted young lady that I've known for a while, along with her family, who happens to be on her way to Milan, Italy for a year leaving next month.  So, it worked out beautifully that we were able to put this shoot together really quickly.  We ended up with 3 downtown locations visited and lucked out with great light!  Some new gear added a diff[...]

The making of 'Under a Blood Red Sky'

As a commercial and tourism photographer I'm always looking to stretch the parameters of creativity and impact.  Creating something powerful that has an emotional draw is what keeps me motivated to continue to stay fresh. This particular 'Ballerina Series' shoot with Hailey was born out of my visual concept of pairing this unique landscape (as for most of[...]

The making of 'Moonlight Escape' - From the 'Ballerina Series'

To say this was a fun shoot to execute would be a massive understatement.  There was a time late last winter when I was doing some soul searching, and I thought what better way to do it than to have camera in hand.  So I ventured down to the Overlander bridge area in Kamloops and started taking some dusk and night shots.  I was extremely happy with them and [...]
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