Category Archives: Corporate

Edelman Canada | Corporate Head Shots

When I got the call to photograph a new set of corporate head shots for Edelman Canada in Calgary, I always make a point of visiting the space first just in case something changes on the day of the shoot. And in my case the office that I was shooting in was having a major renovation […]

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Jim Prentice | Candidate for Alberta’s PC Party

I received a call last week to photograph Calgary politician Jim Prentice. The job was to create a series of website based photographs for Jim’s candidacy as leader for the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party. I was thrilled and excited because the last politician I photographed was Calgary’s Mayor Naheed Nenshi and this time I would have an entire day to shoot Jim […]

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Photographing coaches for Crossfit Ramsay

Recently I have been doing quite a few photo shoots with the athletes at Crossfit Ramsay trying to add a bit of creativity into the photography regarding the type of fitness Crossfit is, and when the owners of Crossfit Ramsay approached me and asked for portraits of their coaching staff, I was thrilled and could […]

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Laura Boraas : Calgary Corporate Portrait

Laura contacted me recently as she wanted a better presence visually in the corporate world. As I do with all my clients, I take them out for coffee (the good stuff, not that S&%T they serve at Starbucks, Tim Hortons, or MacDonalds) and we discuss locations, ideas, clothing, hair, make-up, the whole sha-bang. Once Laura […]

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October 24, 2013 - 3:15 pm

Vitalia These are gorgeous!! Nice light mr. Photographer!! And Laura is a real cutie!!! She must love her pics!!

National Transmission: Corporate & Portrait Photography

Recently I was contacted by National Transmission as they were looking to update their website with some new imagery. Once I saw the photographs they were still using, I could only assume the photographs were taken about twenty years ago as the computer in one of the photo’s still had a floppy disk drive (The […]

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