Category Archives: Conference Photography

Alberta Avenue Business Awards

Alberta Avenue is an amazing place. It’s been my home for the past 13 years and its amazing to watch it grow.

This year, Special Events by Gina Millerhosted the Alberta Avenue Business Awards Gala to honour the amazing businesses that help to build the Avenue into the special place that it is.

Bedouin Beats won several awards,

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Including Business of the Year.

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Otto (the amazing sausage and beer house) won Excellence in Business award.
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There was entertainment
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Also posted in Business 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

Also posted in Business photography, Commercial

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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