Between Buildings

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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The North comes South

Sometimes things just happen right. We were on the west coast of Vancouver Island in a town called Tofino for a weekend with friends. Tofino is renowned for a couple of things; it’s beauty, the weather and it’s waves. Surfers flock there year round, people roll in during summer to enjoy the beaches and explore […]

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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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Riding with Eddy

What better way to have a day out. Riding in the Italian countryside with Mr Merckz To see more Venice Bienalle Photographs go here

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We Are Hard at Work…

Construction of a House

I’ve been working closely with Measured Architecture to Record and Represent the process of construction of a new house. The construction of a dwelling involves many people…from the initial vision of the Architect to the details brought to the table during collaboration with various sub-consultants and then sub-trades. Design doesn’t stop with the drawings being […]

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Hey There from the Air

Early March I had the opportunity to shoot a great little house for my talented mates of Architecture Architecture. They refer to it as the ‘Hey There House’  If you’d like to read a little more about it, it was featured in a recent newsletter.  Go here and don’t forget to sign up to keep […]

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A Forest of Sorts

Architectural Observations

Watson Lake is on Highway 1. Why not drive from Vancouver to Whitehorse . . . you’d pass by this interesting ‘Forest’. Signs have been appearing since 1942 when a US army officer decided it was a good idea to install a sign providing directions to his home town, distance along with an arrow…(one of […]

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Loneliness is peaceful

Buildings, Bike Racing and an industrial suburb…. A long time mate on a solo breakaway during a Sunday morning race…… (incidentally, he got up for 2nd place)  

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Carved

40 foot Totem - Keith Wolf Smarch

Until I moved to Canada, I was oblivious to the similarities between the ‘First Nations’ people of Canada and the ‘Aborigines’ of Australia and the ‘Māori’ of New Zealand.  They share a common struggle in the transition of their knowledge, history and culture to younger generations. During the last couple of years, I’ve had the […]

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Which Way Next?

2011-Serpentine-pavilion-London-Peter-Zumthor

My architectural photography work has been recognized with an honorable mention in the Buildings – Architecture category in the Lucie Foundation’s 2013 International Photography Awards. Taken back in 2011 at the end of a European trip (where we saw Cadel Evens win Australias first ever Tour de France – but that’s another story) as we […]

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