Monthly Archives: October 2010

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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