Category Archives: Vancouver Review

The River System

I’m in the midst of a year-long project to create 17, one minute-long video poems from poet Catherine Owen’s rich and elliptical work The River System for Vancouver Review Media. If Italo Calvino had been female, from the west coast … Continue reading

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About Face

This is my favourite portrait from the Group of Eight series on Vancouver visual artists I did for Vancouver Review’s Fall 2010 issue #26. This one is of Jeff O’Brien, fine-art photographer of many an abject urban streetscape. I wanted … Continue reading

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Mr. Invisible

This was fun to shoot. A genuine Private Eye. A genuine reflection of one of the things he does on a daily basis: going through people’s waste! This went on to get a “Best Cover Art Direction” nomination at the … Continue reading

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Borderlands

This was photographed last summer for Charlotte Gill’s “Borderlands” piece which appeared in VR #28. The challenge was to find interest in the normally rather sleepy, uneventful neighbourhood of Dunbar on Vancouver’s west side. Actually, there are many interesting things … Continue reading

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Riot Act

While most people enduring our second major hockey riot were on the lookout for burning cars and self-incriminating, narcissistic looters, there were some odd, quiet moments to be had. These three girls thought a dose of coastal zen might bring … Continue reading

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