When I heard about Flickr’s new layout changes, I was excited to see what improvements they were making. (For scale, the images below are 500px wide — that is the actual width of the photo in the old view.) The old view: The new view: Things I dislike about the new Flickr preview. They removed […]
In honour of earth day, the Boston Globe has a great collection of photos well worth checking out: Earth Day 2010 Photos. The most detailed true-color image of the entire Earth created to date. Using a collection of satellite-based observations, scientists and visualizers stitched together months of observations of the land surface, oceans, sea ice, […]
My cousin Don has started a photography business on the side. He’s got a website up showing some of his work. If you’re looking for a photographer in the Kootenays BC, give him a shout.
My friend Shannon Phillips is a freelance writer and journalist. When she asked me to take some photos for her new story, I jumped at the chance. I’m happy to say, the editors at Alberta Views used two of my images for the October edition article. The article is available online (sans photos).
A week ago I was up early at 4:30am to ride down to the States with some friends to enjoy the festivities at the Sasquatch! Music Festival. After nearly 12 hours on the road, we arrived at the festival grounds, set up camp and watched as thousands of others did the same. The Festival takes […]
Last Saturday, March 28, the world turned off the lights in recognition of the environment and global climate change. Somehow I couldn’t convince my roommate that it mattered and so he spent earth hour in the glow of his room amidst a dark house on a dark street. I wondered if he would regret missing […]
A flickr set of the first photos from the Jonze/Eggers project Where The Wild Things Are. Enjoy the trailer.
On February 9th I took part in a Strobist shoot at the U of L pool. (video by Michael Warf) Here are a couple of composites I made from the photos I shot that day:
A collection of writers, including my favourite, Malcolm Gladwell, offer praise to the power and poignancy of Barack Obama’s inaugural address in this worthwhile LA Times article Also, San Fransisco’s Bush Street gets an update: Sources 1 and 2.
Last week I went to Jamaica for a little fun in the sun. Here are some photos I took while I was there: See my Jamaica Flickr set for more.