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In New York this week for a bunch of portfolio showings. Figured we would show a few images of some of the updated promo cards and portfolio books we had done recently. The books were designed and built by Mullenberg Designs, and all the printing was done by our friend Jeff at Total Graphics (you may remember Jeff from a blog post we did a while back of a tour of Total Graphics).
March 1, 2012 by Brendan, under work.
Here is a short behind the scenes video and a few select shots from a recent athlete shoot we did from our new studio space here in Vancouver. Enjoy!
Video by Edward Phillips.
(those of you viewing through rss may have to click here to view the video)
Keeping with our apparent obsession with architecture these days, I thought that I would post a few of Dave’s photos of Beijing’s famous “Birds Nest”, seeing how it was recently announced that it’s designers will be reuniting for the first time since 2008 to work on a new project. Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron, the superstar trio, will soon be working together to create this year’s “Serpentine Pavilion,” the annual work of temporary architecture erected on the lawn of West London’s Kensington Gardens.
You can read more about it Here
Also, If you are interested in Ai Weiwei, be sure to check out the new documentary “Ai Weiwei Never Sorry” which should be out soon.
Here’s another snapshots set. If you like seeing these behind the scenes pics you may want to check out our facebook page as we post a lot more of them there.
2. On location with Lululemon.
3. Dave practicing some yoga poses.
4. Partner yoga in studio.
6. Running shoot in Stanley Park.
7. Thanksgiving with friends.
8. Test shot for an upcoming art project.
9. The crew on location.
November 2, 2011 by Brendan, under work.
Been a bit quiet here on the blog as we’ve been buried in a number of different projects the past couple months. Thought we would throw up a mix of some of the images we can share.
1. Elevator Balloons
2. Geeking out with the new Sony FS100
3. Gran Fondo
4. This years “Celebration of Light”
5. Shooting for LuluLemon
6. The Hasselblad
7. Taking a break on set in Hawaii
8. Drinks on a patio with friends
9. A still from our Chinatown timelapse
This years CREATIVEMIX Vancouver is coming up soon on November 3rd. CREATIVEMIX is a professional development conference for both emerging and established creative professionals, entrepreneurs and artists of all kinds, bringing them together in an atmosphere of creativity and collaboration. This years conference will be extra special as Dave has been asked to be a speaker along-side other notable creatives from Vancouver’s film, design, art, music and video-game industries. CREATIVEEX is open to the public and is free of charge, however the keynote sessions and Think & Drink are for conference participants only. Conference passes are still available here for those who are interested in attending and seeing Dave speak. For more info about the event visit creativemix.ca.
I was going through some photo archives today and came across some of Dave’s old iPhone shots from his most recent trip to China. I wasn’t in China with Dave, and I don’t know anything about the stories behind any of these shots, but I though that they were great quirky photos and needed to be shared. Here are a few pictures of China through Daves eyes.
Hey, it’s Brendan here. I thought that I should do an “Inspired” post seeing as it’s something fun we are trying to add to the blog these days.
Two things that I find inspiring are art and skateboard culture. Here are a few of my favorite short films that combine those inspirations well. Enjoy.
A creative take on graffiti by using a remotely controlled spray can apparatus mounted to the underside of a skateboard.
Some interesting angles in this film by Joe Simon, shot from a RC helicam.
Beautifully shot film showing French skateboard team “Oxelo Skateboards” trip to India.
Here is a local Vancouver short film by Ethan Miller Productions called “Kensington Nights”.