Category: Cross-process

23 Apr

Pitt Lake, BC

Taken with a Contax 35mm SLR, using crossprocessed Sensia film. The full set of my photos taken at Pitt Lake can be seen here. As my friend Neil commented, the weird colours make it seem like I visited a martian landscape. If you are a toy camera shooter like me, you may want to submit […]

07 Dec

Madhatter

If you’re staying in town this weekend, there are two events I’d recommend checking out. My lovely friend Kirsti Wakelin, has been getting all sorts of wonderful reviews for her illustration work in a children’s book called, “Looking for Loons”. This Saturday December 8th is the official launch of the book at Christianne’s Lyceum of […]

31 Oct

Shivering toward its own creation

“I like to live in the sound of water, in the feel of mountain air. A sharp reminder hits me: this world is still alive; it stretches out there shivering toward its own creation, and I’m a part of it. Even my breathing enters into an elaborate give-and-take, this bowing to sun and moon, day […]

23 Oct

Jaws

World Toy Camera Day was a very rainy one here in Vancouver, so Kirsti and Christopher came by to shoot indoors with my lights. As you can see from the photos, we were a bit goofy (or at least I was). Their photos can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/mimsybee/tags/worldtoycameraday/ – Kirsti www.flickr.com/photos/czarf/tags/wtcd2007/ – Christopher

03 Oct

Trees I have Dreamed

My first solo show in two years opens tomorrow evening at Radha Yoga and Eatery in Vancouver. It has been the biggest personal project I’ve ever worked on, one that allowed me to further explore a heat transfer printing process I’ve grown to love. I have been working on this show for the last six […]

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