Yearly Archives: 2011

Well, it’ll almost be 6 months since I made my last blog post! I can’t believe the time has passed so quickly. The good news is, my absence was mainly due to the crazy intense 6 months of shoots and projects I was working on. Which means, a plethora of back logged posts that I […]

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Behind-the-scenes video clip and blog post HERE. _ _ _ Title: The Details Client: Hotel Le Germain Director: Goh Iromoto / Michael Alberstat Director of Photography: Goh Iromoto / Michael Alberstat Director’s Agent: Arlene Evidente (Arlene Reps) Producer: Naomi Finlay (Alberstat Productions Inc.) First Assistant Director : Tom Mountain Red Camera Operator: Pasha Patriki Camera […]

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Last November made a trip down to good ol’ New York to visit some of my cool friends. Some blurry late night moments. A pilgrimage to B&H. And cozy Brooklyn dining. Love it.

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Back in March, I had the opportunity to photograph dog sledding for Tourism Ontario. It was my first time ever doing it, and holy **** it was amazing. Spent the morning half shooting from the sled itself – which was tons of fun, but definitely a bit of a challenge. Got some great shots, although […]

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Behind-the-scenes images and blog post HERE. _ _ _ Title: Low Places (Director’s Cut) Client: Knorr Agency: Lowe Roche Director: Goh Iromoto Director of Photography: Goh Iromoto Line Producer: Matthew Harper Production Agent: Arlene Evidente // ArleneReps First Assistant Director : Tom Mountain Lighting Director: Bruce Harper Art Department: Greg Carson & Vincent Harper Key […]

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Photographs by Bruce Harper Back in January I shot and directed a spot for Knorr. While it was small in scale for a tv commercial, it was one of the bigger projects I had taken on in my career. I had an incredible team and want to give many thanks to them for all their […]

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“To be perfectly honest, I couldn’t afford tripods.” – Dir. Paul Greengrass (On being asked how he developed his distinctive hand-held camera style)

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