Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category
Here’s a few photos I shot last month for Marion Warnica while she was recording an interview with Mike Bruisedhead over the controversial fracking issue on the Blood Reserve.
Listen to Marion’s interviews here
I’ve met Patrick a few times up at Castle Mountain, and each time he’s had a guitar in his hands. This last weekend I had the chance to shoot a quick portrait of Patrick and his dog Nikita, while he strummed out “house of the rising sun” on his vintage harmony guitar. Thanks for the great music, and good stories Patrick.
The guys from The Malibu Knights flew me out to Toronto to document their Ontario tour! Here’s some of the story:
How we end our nights!
I’m sitting on the tour bus, tethering to my iPhone to upload a few pics from last night. The guys played a rad show at the Rose and Crown on Yonge Street with the Unknown Culprits. If you dont know their music, check them out here.
I was on the search for some Zepplin, maybe some Rage Against the Machine. My girlfriend Sabrina was on a hunt for anything MJ. The first thing we see when we walk into this place, is a display case full of MJ stuff. The most unique item was this photo I bought for her for $18.
Turns out this photo was from Michael Jackson’s music video for “Say Say Say” with Paul McCartney in 1983!
The photo shows the final scene in the music video where Michael, Paul, and Lisa McCartney are running to jump in the back of a truck. The music video was filmed in Santa Ynez Valley, California which is about 6-8 hours away from Las Vegas. The guy at the record store said someone brought the photo to their store with hopes they could find a good home for it. We don’t really know how long the photo sat in their store, but the photo definitely found the best home possible with Sabrina and I. She loves MJ, I love unique original music photography. Win Win!
Here is a quick 11 second time lapse of almost every frame I shot on the Malibu Knights publicity photo shoot in Kelowna, BC.
There is a good chunk of Lethbridge kids out in Kelowna, and we all try to meet up when someone’s in town visiting. Cyd is a nurse in Kelowna, and luckily had some time off so she could join us on the Last Day of Labour photoshoot. First shot we found a stuffed eagle, and decided to play. Second shot Cyd couldn’t resist getting wet too!
Shot with a neutral density -8 filter. It was overcast, around noon, and I was able to get a 10 second exposure!
I’ve found myself on a lot of flights in the last few years. I figured it was about time I went and said hello to the people that fly these things.