Burnaby Chalk Art Event

We provided photography coverage of the Burnaby Chalk Art Experience at the Bonsor Recreation Complex.

Thirteen local and international chalk artists transformed the parking lot asphalt into a colourful art gallery during the full day celebration. This family friendly event hosted a range of interactive displays, arts and crafts activities, face painting and live entertainment.

 

Our images were also featured in the Burnaby Now newspaper online and print editions.

Where Math and Art Collide

Coverage of a school based art program run by the Burnaby Art Gallery. The program is designed to educate students about the intersecting histories of math and art and to introduce them to artists who used mathematics in their work. In this hands-on class, kids create works of art using pattern, tessellation and origami paper folding.

Photos were later used in various marketing materials for the program.

Destination Conservation


This video features the work of Vancouver based Elements Society and their project Destination Conservation, which brings together students, educators, and school custodians so they can develop practical plans to conserve energy and water and reduce waste at school.

Although the program is facilitated by adults over the course of the 3-year project, the emphasis is on students to develop their own initiatives, which in turn are directed at educating other students in how to make positive environmental change in their own unique school environment.

You can learn more about The Elements Society by visiting their website here.

Power Outage in East Van


This time lapse was taken moments before a 21 hour blackout hit our section of East Van. It was a regular work day, both of us on our computers, glancing out occasionally to marvel at the force of the wind, then boom–out go the lights. Out go the computers too. Suddenly it’s an enforced no image processing day. Will the clients freak? No idea, as both of us had little juice on our phones either and when that ran out it was camping mode from there on in.


On a personal level I enjoyed it. No TV, no music even, just casual conversation over Indian takeaway and a bottle of wine. On a professional level though, it was a relief when the power went on the next day. Back to work!

How hooked are you into your computer and the internet? Could you do without it, really do without it in your personal life? How about for your business? And what about that escape we take for granted into TV or ipods/mp3’s or Kindles and Kobos–how long before you’re drumming your fingers on the table top wondering what to do with yourself? Kinda makes you wonder…

Crib anyone?
Crib anyone?