Awards

2016 AIBC Awards

Just recently, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia held their 2016 Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Awards program and judging. We’re delighted to see a number of projects we’ve photographed recognised within this program. A big congratulations to these all the firms that were recognised for their contribution to the profession and the public through their work. Fort McMurray […]

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Professional Photographers of Canada National Exhibition

We’re delighted to hear that the below photograph was selected for inclusion in the Architecture Category of The Professional Photographers of Canada 2016 National Image Exhibition (Salon) held in Calgary over April 16-19th The criteria for entry into this category states ‘An architectural photograph must successfully define and/or portray outstanding architectural features of a building interior or […]

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2015 Spider Awards

I’ve always had an affinity for black and white imagery.  My first photographs were made on a Pentax K1000 and developed in the primary (elementary) school dark room.  I shot exclusively in Black and white for the first 10 years I held a camera. It developed a mindset that focuses your attention to light, form, material […]

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2015 AIBC Awards

Last week the Architectural Institute of British Columbia held the 2015 Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Awards program. It’s always fantastic to hear that the photographs we make for our clients help them to be recognised by their peers .  And then at the same time show the general public how clever and good design can affect our lifes in positive […]

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2015 International Photography Awards – Honorable Mention

I’m delighted to once again be recognised in this years International Photography Awards for my image of Bing Thom Architects  Surrey City Centre Library – Wave Cutter. There were many many wonderful images created by both Professionals and amateurs alike. If you’d like to seem more images of this project, head on over to the project page […]

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Measuring up Vancouver

I’m really excited this week for my good friends over at Measured Architecture . They have just been named as the Western Living Architectural Designer of the year for 2015! Measured is a practice that revolves around collaboration with tradespeople, artisans to craft spaces of that revolve around a way of being. It’s been a pleasure to collaborate with […]

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International Photography Awards – Motion

This Timelapse, was recently awarded an Honorable Mention in the Motion Category of the Professional Lucie International Photography awards. Set on the Opening Night of Equinox Gallery’s first exhibition following it’s recent renovations, we see the variety of spaces designed for differing levels of contemplation along with the social environment that people enjoy in an art gallery […]

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PPOC Image Competition

The below photograph was recently accepted and exhibited in the Professional Photographers of Canada BC Salon at the Roundhouse Vancouver alongside photographs from 20 other categories. To download a press release about the salon click here Created at the newly finished Ronald McDonald House adjacent to the BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital, it was designed by Michael Green Architecture […]

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2014 Spider Awards

2014 Photography Awards

The 2014 Spider Awards were announced last weekend. Entered in the Professional stream of the Nature and Architecture categories, three of my photographs were nominated to the final round in this highly competitive genre of photography. Time ‘Out(side)’ was also recently awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Px3 awards last month. See here for […]

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Px3 Award 2014

Time Out-Side.         I’m honored to be placed on the list of awarded photographers at the International Px3 Competition of 2014. When this particular photograph was made, I had been working within this correctional center for 5 hours; fluorescent lights, sterile surfaces, and dry processed air. I then stepped into this space; […]

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