Jason Brown of Revival Arts is honoured to have his image “Shoe-icide” selected by the Professional Photographers of Canada as one of 18 images to represent Canada in the premier World Photographic Cup.
There will be 19 countries competing: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Norway, Pakistan, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States of America. Judging will take place in November and we can’t wait to see what other photographers from around the world have submitted and how Jason’s work stands up in his first International competition.
Professional Photographers of Canada 2012
Jason’s always wanted to create an image like this so the night before the competition deadline, he started converting our garage to a studio and experimenting with capturing water splashes. The day of the deadline, he photographed and did the post production for this image. I’m not sure why the creative process is often amplified by deadlines but it ended up being a great image that did well in the salon.
Product photography for Abbotsford silk screening company I’m Blessed Screen Printing.
More Revival Arts commercial photography.
Our home recently was outfitted with gorgeous Phantom Screens in preparation for some product photography we did for them. The screens are functional and practical so I can’t wait for the weather to warm up so we can use them.
To check out more of our commercial photography portfolio, please visit www.commercial-photographers.ca.
There are two primary streams of our business: portrait and commercial photography. Commercial photography is for businesses and organizations that want to set themselves apart from the competition with impactful images.
We have experience photographing everything from events and lifestyle images to product and promotional photography. We have seen our photographs blown up as billboards or used small on websites. We enjoy making our clients look their best and being a part of their marketing team.
Our new website is www.commercial-photographers.ca.
Anne de Verteuil is a fibre artist based in Abbotsford. She recently had us photograph some of her pieces that have come out of her personal journey away from anxiety and panic to serenity.
She has allowed us to share some of the images, as well as an excerpt from the poetry she has written to go with them. She is creating a line of cards that feature her art work and poetry.
Dark winged creature that reigns over the secret black places of my mind,
Bind me to you with barb wire thoughts and lies of whom and what I am.
Releasing the past,
loving my now,
I realize I am
the guardian angel of my dreams.
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Design Lighting supplies beautiful lighting and has a show room in Langley that Jason went did photography at. They focus not only on offering exceptional lighting but also exceptional service.
Design Lighting has a new website designed and implemented by the creative and talented team at Domain7 which our photography was used on. Here’s a shot of the website, as well as a few sample images from the photography session …
We may be just a teeny bit biased, but we think that the model for Bugalug‘s Cinch belt image was extra cute. She is our daughter, Lexi, who loves to pose for the camera when it suits her mood. We were excited when E-Shaw’s featured Bugalug and used the photograph.
Sundi, the creator of the Bugalug Cinch belt, sent us a sample a while ago that Lexi absolutely loves. This is high praise from a three year old who has a very distinct and eclectic personal style when it comes to her clothing! I love the belts too because they are functional and fashionable. They are reversible and have a simple snap closure that make the belts easy to put on and take off.
Bugalug also carries a line of vibrant array of fanciful barrettes, headbands and ponytail loops. You can view and order their products online at www.bugalugbaby.com.
Jenn has a beautiful Paphiopedilum orchid that blooms once a year and our mutual friend Julie, delivered the flower to our studio so we could photograph it. It was the day before our move so we made the set with the back of a framed print and the reflector out of a white side table. It was a welcome breath of beauty and break from packing. Here’s a photograph of it ….
Kelsey of KV BIJOU has become a friend after we connected a year ago through Facebook. She designs jewellery and recently was invited to be part of the guest lounge at the Sundance Film Festival. There was a great article on her in The Vancouver Sun yesterday. Here is half of the necklaces she’ll be taking with her when she goes this weekend.
We designed and printed a banner for her booth. Here it is on our office floor. (Jason originally was laying the other direction but it looked a little creepy with the model next to him so that’s why he’s upside down.)
The KV Bijou website has a great variety of necklaces, earings and bracelets for sale. The jewellery that she’s designed for the stars of Sundance will also be available on her website in February. Here’s a sneak peek at one of the designs she made for Sundance.