It’s been a surprisingly busy January for me. I’m not complaining, busy is good, especially at this time of the year, when it’s usually snoozeville around here architectural photography – wise. With 2010 Olympic Games a few days away, believe it or not, I’m hoping for a bit of a rest. You see, I live in Squamish, which is about exactly half way between Vancouver, and Whistler, so I pretty much have an Olympic frenzy on all sides. That means that traffic will be chaos, and I will likely be better off staying at home to prevent a road-rage induced stroke.
I will probably spend a few days on the Olympic buses, visiting some of the Whistler Live! and Vancouver Live! venues, checking our the international pavilions and free concerts. I can’t let the party completely pass me by, but I will likely spend most of the Olympics editing the architectural photography I have been shooting over the last month. Then, when the 2010 chaos, and fun is over, breathe a sigh of relief, and get beck to work.
Some of my recent shoots have been Olympic related, I took photos for the Ontario Pavilion, and shot some hospitality spaces for Coca-Cola. I have also been busy with a few other cool architecture projects including Tyax Wilderness Resort, and the Bank of Montreal. I will post some details of all of my recent shoots soon (after the images have been delivered to the clients!) but here are a few tidbits so you can see what I have been up to recently.
Ontario House 2010 Olympic Pavilion – Hariri Pontarini Architects
Heli-Ski Chalet at Tyax Wilderness Resort
Olympic Hospitality space – Designed by Imagicorps
Bank of Montreal Vancouver – Iredale Group Architects
More Photos and some Behind the Scenes coming soon! GO CANADA GO!!!