It takes quite a bit of time to set up for a shot like this. Everything has to be in order, the lights, the moisture on the bottles, the positioning of everything. After half an hour of setup, you’re ready to make your first photograph. The shutter snaps and you’re done. A bright crisp clean positive 4×5 image is produced, making viewers thirsty at the first glance.
Now go grab a cold one.
It has been a lot of blood sweat and tears but the first year of BigPicnic.ca has gone off with few hitches and a million high fives. In the spring of 2012 I created an online media resource for the downhill skateboarding community in Western Canada. Big Picnic is here to show the world what BC has to offer when if comes to races, freeride events, local riders, places to see and people to meet.
All in all, it has been a great success. I’ve received great feedback from industry leaders and I’m stoked to see what this year has in store for the site. If you have a second please feel free to pop on over to check it out.
In May of 2012 I was given a great opportunity to be a second camera man and production aid for a new show filming on the coast of BC. I was able to be a part of creating the second and third episodes of Aboriginal Adventures.
Pop on over here to see a promo -> Aboriginal Adventures