A few proof snaps from our shoot with Fancy Pants Clothing. It was was great to work with Krista and her girls. I wish her nothing but success!
An inspiration to me early on in my life.
Last night during the Canucks game I noticed the commercial for T Booth Wireless I shot the still photograph for in November. It was nice to see and wanted to share it here.
They used my image in two spots. One leading the 15 sec and at the end of the full 30 sec spot.
It was great to work with GREY on this as well as art director David Wong.
I am a fan of still photographs being used in commercials. <grin> The retail store image was from Orchard Park Mall in Kelowna.
It was a very fun shoot and working with David rocked.
Credits: GREY Agency
Art Director: David Wong
Retail Still Imagery: Me
Assistant: Tony Colgur
Do good shit.
I was editing away on an assignment today, and started listening to some Bif Naked. After a song or two I kinda of forgot what I was working on and went into the archives to hunt down the concert images I shot of her in 2009 in Kelowna.
Inspired I re -did the images // the treatment of the first time I did are here: http://darrenhull.com/blog/bif-naked/
Shooting live music is cool, but shooting live music from an artist you really like is another.
I do hope I have another opportunity to photograph her, even better have her as a subject of 140Portraits
What else can I say about her, she is just one cool chick and I am a big FAN. (going back to the winnipeg Gorilla Gorilla days)
Bif if you see these, I hope you dig em.. and the high res files are yours if you want them!
Yesterday I was hired to shoot Dr. Gavin Stuart the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. We shot for about 1.5 hours. Some portraits and some interaction with students. In the evening I did the edit and delivered the files around midnight. This morning one of them was the lead on the UBC site, and the other shots are set for their magazine. All in all a fun and successful shoot. Shot and invoiced in about 24 hours.
Here is a look of some of the portraits:
The site today: