Monthly Archives: February 2013

Grateful Head Salon Featured on Desire to Inspire

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Desire to Inspire typically showcases beautiful residential projects from all over the world. So it was exciting when Jo Walker immediately emailed me back to say they would be featuring the Grateful Head Salon. By the time I responded back she had already downloaded all the images and was ready to post the story. Please click here to see the full post.

 

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Portrait of Bruce Clemmensen

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For a long time I’ve shied away from taking portraits of my clients, partly because I’m much more comfortable photographing buildings, or to be more specific non moving objects. But when Bruce Clemmensen of Clemmensen & Associates asked me to photograph him for his appointment for the Order of Canada, I decided that this would be a great opportunity to get over my reservations of photographing people. Bruce was an amazing subject to shoot and we had a great time during the session. Now I wonder why I didn’t try it sooner – I’m eager to shoot my next moving subject. Congratulation to Bruce Clemmensen for being recognized for his volunteer work chairing the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes. It’s a well deserved honour!

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IDS 2013 – Joel Loblaw

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After the holidays each year, I look forward to the Interior Design Show. I enjoy connecting with people I haven’t seen in a while, exploring the exhibits and listening to the trade talks. It’s even more fun when I get to photograph. This year landscape designer Joel Loblaw asked me to photograph his project featured in the exhibit How Do You Work?. Joel in his words “created a landscape piece to tie together the architectural structures of lackLAB architects, DUBBLEDAM Architecture + Design, Igloodgn and Samare Studio.” I hope you enjoy the photographs as much as I enjoyed photographing it.

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