Some images I shot this past summer for Eastlink. In addition to being used extensively online the images were also featured on Billboards across Canada.
It has been a very busy fall/winter, most recently I have been shooting the Winter/Christmas campaign for Mic Mac Mall. There were a lot of moving parts to these shoots, which happened over two days. Luckily instead of writing about it you can view the Behind The Scenes video shot by Craig at Spider Video.
This past fall I had the pleasure of working with Canadian Tourism Commission, twice, once in Nova Scotia and again in New Brunswick. They sent me copy of an ad using one of the images we did from the New Brunswick shoot. We shot for a week in New Brunswick and had the most amazing weather. The day we did this image it was very calm water, even our guides couldn’t believe the weather. I hope to work with them again this year.
My new web site is now up-to-date with the latest HTML5 code, my old flash web site was giving me some issues. I also did a major update of images while I was having the site re-coded. I went back over the past year and gathered the images I liked the best. I still have a few more galleries to add, one will include some of the images taken during two jobs I shot for the Canadian Tourism Commission this past summer/fall. I found this image of me when looking back over the photographs I captured that week. I jammed all 6 foot 8 of me into this sea kayak, we got some great shots and had the best weather all summer for this shoot. I look forward to sharing some of my top picks.
Now that campaign is out in public I can post it on my blog, I often move on to the next project and forget to blog about campaign work. I had the chance to produce some images for the Mount Saint Vincent University. One of my strengths is producing lighting that doesn’t look like lighting so green screen work is a lot of fun. This shot is one of four but in this case I shot both the background image and the subject. The other 3 images we used background images supplied by the agency. Big thanks to everyone involved, Mount Saint Vincent University and the agency One Hundred and Ten Communications.