Dear friend and all around excellent human Dr. Mair Cayley needed new headshots to go on their shiny new private practice website (I made it! Check it out!) so we spent some time at Spanish Banks on a sunny afternoon.[Read more…] about Dr. Mair Cayley
My family has a spot on Green Lake, outside 70 Mile House, and I got to spend the weekend there recently hanging out with my aunts and uncles and cousins and even grandparents! The lake is so gorgeous, crystal clear forever and the perfect temperature. And the family were all good sports when I kept whipping out my Yashica T2, loaded up with Ektar 100.
Everyone’s favourite literary podcast, Can’t Lit, needed a refresh in the form of some new photos, so we hit the Nelson Park community garden and had some fun. We shot a combo of film and digital, and the photos below are shot on a roll of expired Black’s film. Remember Black’s? They were in every strip mall in the Ontario suburbs I grew up in, and they had that jingle. Black’s is photooography. Is it in your head now? You’re welcome.
Writer, journalist and all around delight (also my bff, nbd) Erika Thorkelson. We made these digital photos indoors in early spring, and I think they reflect the moodiness of the rain outside along with the hope of imminent sunshine.
Writer Mallory Tater just got home from touring her first collection of poetry This Will be Good and she’s already prepping for the release of her first novel next year!
We both live in lovely Mount Pleasant, so we met up on Manitoba Street to take advantage of colourful buildings and bright new murals. We shot a combo of film and digital, giving her lots of flexibility.
My wonderful partner, stoneworker and social worker, looking serious with a hint of mischief.
My sweet friends Hannah and Genta got married in July, and I was lucky enough to get a few snaps on Kodak Tri-X of their ceremony. I shot them on my Canon 35AF, a point-and-shoot made in the 80s, and a noisy beast of a camera. Luckily I managed to time my shots so the sound was (mostly) drowned out by cheers of love and celebration.
I had the pleasure of making new headshots for award writer and journalist Sierra Sky Gemma this spring. We wanted something bright and Vancouvery, so Granville Island seems liked a natural choice. Artsy coloured walls! Fruit market! Ocean! So many plants! So much fun.