The Cobbler’s Children Have No Shoes

For the first time in years, I’m making some crucial updates around here. This website sat for many years, untouched. 12 years in fact since I launched this site and started blogging. It held up pretty well all things considered. It’s been online consistently since then with the exception of 2 small hacker outages. Time Read More …

RiP! A Remix Manifesto

Snow day! In class today we’re gonna watch my very favorite geeky film RiP! A Remix Manifesto by Brett Gaylor and featuring many hero-worthy geeks including Larry Lessig and Cory Doctorow. We’ll use this film as a foundation for our discussions on copyright, sharing, remix culture, and Creative Commons. “Created over a period of six Read More …

The Waldorf Hotel & The Beatty Street Mural

Here’s a couple local Vancouver projects that inspire me. I’ve documented each of them as they’ve developed over the past several months and recently published these editorials. The Waldorf Hotel “The Waldorf is a creative hub in the heart of East Vancouver where contemporary art, music, food and culture convene under one roof. The programming Read More …

“So Whatcha Been Up To?” – Summer Photography Update 2010

Static Photography has been very busy these past summer months. Every day is a constant hustle at our studio in Vancouver, BC but we get shoot some really awesome gigs. Photographer Kris Krug has the ability to transform his photography and capture vital elements within vastly different experiences, from photojournalism to weddings, from flowers to live concerts. Here Read More …

TED x Oil Spill EXPEDITION: Headed to New Orleans & The Gulf of Mexico

With a broken heart and fists clenched in anger I prepare to head on down to the Gulf of Mexico to document the US worst ever environmental tragedy. One that is getting worse and worse each day. Copied from my photography blog, here’s some of the details about the trip. Currently the entire world has Read More …

Doin’ It For The Love – Reflections On The Future At ‘Journalism That Matters’ Conference

This weekend I’m in Seattle for the Journalism that Matters conference taking place at the University of Washington in Seattle. Journalists, photographers, media-makers and documentarians will gather for this three day event, to discuss issues that are effecting the world today. This conference is set-up as an open space, “un-conference” where the participants determine the Read More …