Category Archives: Conference Photography

Pilgrims Hospice Sunflower Luncheon

I had the pleasure of photographing the Pilgims Hospice Sunflower Luncheon event at the Hotel MacDonald a few weeks ago.

If you don’t know about Pilgrims Hospice, go and check them out. They are an amazing organisation which provides services for people who are facing a terminal illness, and people who are facing grief. At the luncheon, a teacher from a local highschool talked about the amazing services that the Pilgrims Hospice provides to their students who are experiencing loss.

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This amazing organisation is doing a rather brilliant fundraiser right now.

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You can find out more info here: Build a Community of Compassion: Pilgrims Hospice

And onto the photos . . .
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Also posted in Business photography, Commercial

Head Shots on Location

“I need them by Wednesday.”

Sometimes I get a request for a really quick turn around for headshots. Usually someone remembers they need to submit a photo for a conference and realise they really need a new shot – because their last one is 10 years old, or 40lbs prior.

After a quick conversation about what background would be best (I really like to shoot headshots to place my subject in context and to show what they do for a living).

On a chilly Saturday morning, we headed out to the Alberta Legislature and got these beautiful headshots.

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Also posted in Business photography, Headshots

Spartan Race, Calgary, 2015

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Also posted in Commercial, Festival photography

Using your corporate photographs

When I am hired to do a corporate shoot, it always makes me happy. As a photographer, I can tell when a business is using stock photography, which, while it can be beautiful, doesn’t tell much about the business I am researching.

Connecting with clients on a personal level, creating relationship and trust is essential in today’s business world. ¬†Photography personalised to your business helps accomplish that. Photography helps your clients, both current and future, see how you relate to your them in both a practical and emotional way.

When I photographed the Shaw Re-imagining Conference, they used their photos to publicize their event, and to create a report to share both internally and externally.

Here it is:

http://shawconferencecentre.com/assets/uploads/2014/11/14-12-19-Shaw-Conference-Centre_Report.pdf

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Re-Imagining the Shaw Conference Centre

I was invited by Incite Marketing to participate in the Re-Imagining the Shaw Conference event, both as a particpant community member and photographer. These are some of the images I captured from the Open Space event.

Over one hundred people attended the re-imagining and collectively brought over 60 ideas to the table, envisioning how to make the Shaw Conference Centre a community and business hub for Edmonton. Through animated and engaged discussion, the ideas were brought down to three.

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The day was captured on paper by local artist Taylor Reese, of Evolving Blue

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The day was summed up and we were all captivated by Rayanne Doucet, poet and Executive Director of the Edmonton Poetry Festival.

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