Laughing Hummingbird Arts
News & Events
Events and Publications
Check out my latest work at Latent Image Magazine's pop-up photography exhibit Compartments at the Gam Gallery in Vancouver. The show is set for Friday, November 24, 2017 at Gam Gallery, 110 East Hastings Street, from 6pm to midnight, and promises an alternate perspective on the spaces we visit.
Thanks to everyone who visited me at site 144 on the Sunshine Coast Art Crawl this past October. Watch Sunshine Coast Art Crawl for information about next year's show, October 19 to 21, 2018.
Two images, these are a few of my favorite things... and Live Blues Nightly will be featured at SEITIES Theme Music Publication Launch + Exhibition at Shelf Life Books in Calgary on October 15, 2016. The images will also appear in the Theme Music publication.
Some of my lumen prints have been published in Latent Image Magazine, Issue No. 11. A new poem, Snapshot Dreams, and several Impossible Project instant images appear in Issue No. 8.
Try something new! April 30, 2017 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. You can find a great deal of information about pinhole photography and workshops around the world on this website. Check out my pinhole photograph from 2017 here.
For those of you interested in traditional art photography, look for Seities magazine. My original pinhole photograph Horses of the Night appears in the fall/winter 2015 issue Theme Macabre.
Points of Singularity, an original poem and images can be found in Latent Image Magazine, Issue 6.
A Few Sources
For anyone interested in getting into analogue photography, you need to remember that patience in a necessity: no more point, click and view. You will have to purchase gear, be it toy or vintage cameras, as well as film and then find a method for processing the film. I use a combination of home processing and professional labs, but drugstore processing is still available many in places.
Some resources I would recommend for those of you considering taking the plunge into analogue photography include:
If you are interested in seeing more of my images, visit my Lomography home.
Simply look with perceptive eyes at the world about you, and trust to your own reactions and convictions. Ask yourself: "Does this subject move me to feel, think and dream? Can I visualize a print - my own personal statement of what I feel and want to convey - from the subject before me?" Ansel Adams