Velo City revisited

In 2009 I was commissioned by Propellor Design to do a series of B&W portraits of prominent figures in the cycling community in BC for the Velo City exhibit at the Museum of Vancouver. That meant photographing everybody from the fastest cyclist on two wheels (Sam Wittingham) to political activists and even binners who used pedal power to sustain their lives.

In addition to the B&W portraits I did an alternate colour set for Vancouver Review. Here are three of my favourites from that series.


About markmushet

I take photographs, make videos, produce podcasts, do some design and generally provide a variety of media services to educational, cultural and corporate clients.
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