A few photographers backstage at Rock the Shores 2013 – Brian Van Wyk, Casey Bennett and Jessica Burroughs.
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If you have to choose one sport to associate yourself with, you could do a lot worse than tennis. The game is fun, challenging, can be played with a team mate or just one on one, and has some sophisticated equipment – racquets mostly, along with a few neat accessories and doodads that can legitimately […]
axe, forest, cowichan river area
Lots of stories from that weekend of May 2013, but they won’t be told here.
The evolution of sleep
My friend Miriam recently sent me this Inquiring Minds episode on sleep. Did you know that, just 100 years ago, adults regularly got 9.25 hours of sleep per night on average? “Lack of sleep” and “being tired” are more serious than they sound. 8 hours a night seems to be the sweet spot (most people […]
This is a shot from last year’s experiment (black and white) .. so it’s a bit of a throwback thursday I suppose. Yesterday Miriam told me she liked reading this website, and now she’s on it! This was taken last year at Matty and Sarah’s wedding reception, which I did not ruin with a torch […]
Another bit from The Experiment. This is just an exercise in symbolism; the focus is on the barrier but the bulk of the image is an out of focus plane in flight. So that could mean a lot of things, really whatever you want. Obviously there are different barriers for different people to travel – […]
The blueprint for how TEDxVictoria currently exists came from these three – Dylan, John and Carol-Lynne. I am fortunate to have worked with them quite a bit on TEDxVictoria in the past. You should check out the three of them, they’re actually very active in their own ways: Dylan is the chief organizer of TEDxVictoria and […]
So far, I’ve mostly been posting parts of the experiment that don’t involve people. I don’t know why that is the case, but it’s what I’ve been gravitating to in my selection so far. Maybe it’s because I am so used to people photos by way of social networks, and this feels different – closer […]
somewhere near the selkirk waterfront. i knew this was going to be a tough image to take. I wanted both bokeh and sharpness of the wisps to make the ghostly feel replicate from how it looked in the moment.
this is paul and kristy’s apiary, also known as a “bee yard.” something about the term “bee yard” amuses me. it doesn’t take much.