Tue, 01/19/2016 - 13:44 by vanessa
Noa Griffel delved into photography and digital imaging at an early age, receiving her BFA in Photography at the age of 17. During an internship at Atlantic Records, her talent was discovered by Lyor Cohen during his time as North American Chairman and CEO of Recorded Music for WMG. Noa now shoots for a variety music and fashion industry clients and her work has appeared in O: The Oprah Magazine, Vogue China, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour UK, Tatler, Grazia and Elle. Noa also holds an MFA in Computer Art from The School of Visual Arts.
Mon, 12/14/2015 - 23:49 by Natasha Neale
Tom Nugent is fighting back. For too long he has slaved away in Hollywood’s visual effects industry, thumb-wrestling the devil, twisting digital images into unspeakable lies: soldiers in space, genderless horses, Chris Hemsworth’s abs. But not now. With his photography, Tom seeks out the honesty of genuine human moments, unmolested by technical sorcery. Sometimes he finds them within the looseness of everyday ping-ponging, that nebulous place where indigo becomes violet.
Thu, 04/23/2015 - 00:00 by Natasha Neale
Gillian Stevens lives in Vancouver with her husband in an old apartment by the sea. She is inspired daily by the city in which she lives. Her photography is as natural as her approach, as can be seen through her images, where she captures moments in an authentic way, by photographing the things that bring joy and meaning to those around her. Her passion for her work stems from an appreciation of the community and people surrounding her.
Tue, 04/14/2015 - 11:18 by Natasha Neale
With Hitcase, you can take your iPhone anywhere and everywhere. We're talking taking it swimming, and not just dipping your toes into the water deep, we mean going underwater up to 33 feet deep. As a waterproof, mountable, shockproof protective case with a wide selection of mounts, lenses, and accessories, Hitcase turns your iPhone into an action cam, changing the game on how you shoot photos and videos with your phone.
Thu, 04/02/2015 - 13:09 by Natasha Neale
The Capture Photography Festival, an annual celebration of photography and lens based art, returns to Vancouver for its second year. The festival features over 100 exhibitions, public art projects, and events designed to engage a diverse audience and increase awareness of the cultural importance of photography in all of its forms.