The best marketing opportunities might be the scariest. If you want to know what a commercial photographer can offer you, why not see what they can do in 72 hours of sub-optimal conditions with the pressure of a competitive screening at the end. That’s how Robin O’Neill saw the Deep Winter opportunity, when she “manned” [...]
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It’s got to be said, trite as it may sound – the real winners at Kokanee Crankworx’ Deep Summer photo showdown are the audience members. 6 photographers wrangling crews of 6-10 athletes, editors, assistants and moral-supporters, over 72 hours, dedicated purely to art? A quick crunch of the numbers and that’s 3500 hours of creative [...]
Pillow Line from Kari Medig on Vimeo. Making its rounds on the viral circuit is this latest work from Nelson’s talented photographer Kari Medig. Kari won the 2008 Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival’s Pro Photographer showdown. It is great to see he is keeping up the great work. Here’s a show I put together for [...]
Proving that all our shit talk about “You are where you live” is undeniably true, Origin staff member Lindsay Burch and her husband Dave are on the front cover of mountain biking’s bible, Bike magazine. Shot by Sterling Lorence, the best photographer in the sport, the couple were riding in the mountains high above our [...]
NYC-based photographer Richard Renaldi‘s latest series of photographs features strangers touching each other. No, not in the pornographic sense but in a very congenial yet awkward way (in most cases). The result is an intriguing view of how humans interact within their “personal space.” Check out the rest of the series HERE.