Yearly Archives: 2010

 “Photography is more than a hobby for me. It’s a constant companion, a passion in a world I can’t touch. It gives me solace.” – Dan Case

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Photographer: Goh Iromoto Production Company: Studio M Photographer Assisstant: Carmen Cheung Client: Under Armour Last month I had the opportunity of shooting Phil Kessel from the Toronto Maple Leafs for the client Under Armour.  This is my second shoot with UA (see Tyler Seguin).  This time though we upgraded our location to the actual locker […]

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This next ‘inspirational’ piece is by far one of the most heart wrenching of the bunch. It’s a short doc that will undoubtedly make you tear. I don’t want to give too much away before you watch it. But I will say this, the filmmaker did a phenomenal job in capturing a very specific moment […]

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The next set of ‘inspirational’ pieces that I’ve recently stumbled upon are by filmmaker Alex Roman. Although most of the shots are of random objects or interior/exterior architectural spaces, Roman manages to seam together an incredibly strong narrative and rides the viewer into an ‘out of this world’ journey with a climactic ending. The filmmaker […]

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Lately I’ve been searching out pieces for pure inspiration in full force. Thought I’d share them with everyone while I was at it. This first piece titled ‘Nuit Blanche’ is an incredible short directed by Arev Manoukian. Bound to make you feel something…for sure.

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The first batch of Remaining Light DVD’s! Very exciting stuff. Did the cover and disc label me self. Kept it nice and simple. It looks like we are going to be replicating them though soon using a glass mastered DVD – the standard for Hollywood movies for replicating DVDs, as opposed to using devices like […]

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“Taking photographs is a means of understanding which cannot be separated from other means of visual expression.  It is a way of shouting, of freeing oneself, not of proving or asserting one’s own originality.  It is a way of life.” – Henri-Cartier Bresson

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It took over a year, but the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) and I have finally completed our short video/documentary on senior health care in BC titled, “The Remaining Light” The Remaining Light is a journey through an often-invisible part of Canada’s health care system. Set in British Columbia against the backdrop of an […]

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The NFB’s GDP team put together a rather neat little ‘behind the scenes’ documentary turning the cameras back at us the directors/photographers of the multi-media web documentary project I worked on earlier this year (See previous photo essays here & here). Video Link: http://gdp.nfb.ca/episode/1866/gdp-where-people-count And here’s the NFB’s blurb on the video: Closing film of […]

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My latest and final photo essay for the NFB’s GDP Project – An interview with 92 y.o. Bea Levis on the well being of older Canadian during these economic times.  Check out the full photo essay here. http://gdp.nfb.ca/photo-essay/1809/bea-speaks

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A very happy dog in Kensington…mind you, I only noticed how happy he was afterward when I saw the image closer while editing. Oi.

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