I’ve started posting some of my photos and other images on Society 6, a site which produces and ships products for artists. They obviously take a cut, and you don’t make much on the products that I think are the most popular (iPhone cases and laptop skins), but hey, it’s something. It’s also gotten me playing with Photoshop more and teaching myself some graphic design. AND someone just purchased one of my designs on an iPhone case!
If you like the look of any of my designs and want to make a purchase, you can get free shipping until October 14 at midnight by going here.
Our biggest project at Music BC is the PEAK Performance Project. For the past week, we’ve been up at Rockridge Canyon running the Bootcamp portion of the project, putting the Top 20 artists/bands through their paces.
While here I’ve had the opportunity to shoot all the live showcases. Each band played a 20 minute set to an audience of their peers, the faculty and the camp staff. Having now seen all the bands at their best, I can definitely say that all of the Red Room showcases this fall will be fantastic.
June was Bike Month in Vancouver and so BeatRoute decided to do an article about different kinds of cyclists in Vancouver. Through the magic of Twitter I was able to find some lovely friends and acquaintances to be my bike models for the article. Unfortunately, it was never published, but the photos turned out so well that I feel like they should be seen. Here’s a few of my favourites (more may appear at a later date, when I find time to go back through my archives).
A while back I took some headshots for my friend Loren who is a freelance marketing whiz and all around awesome person. Despite the threat of rain we headed over to Queen Elizabeth Park, where the greenery provided a perfect contrast to her red coat.