23 Apr 2019

Carry On Ema Peter

Earlier this month, we were delighted to feature a Q and A with talented architectural photographer, Ema Peter, whose award-winning work can be found in publications from Architectural Digest to Dwell and the New York Times. A Vancouverite, Peter’s work takes her across the world. We were eager to see

16 Apr 2019

Opie @ Elizabeth Taylor’s House

You likely recognize the Andy Warhol portrait of Elizabeth Taylor above. You might have even seen one of Warhol’s Liz series if you’ve been lucky to travel to museums like The Tate in London. Now, take a look at the version below, photographed in Elizabeth Taylor’s house. You’ll notice a shadowy

09 Apr 2019

Ema Peter

i. I work as an Architectural Photographer ii. I do this creative work because: I fell in love with photography the first time I held a camera at 6 years old. I grew up traveling with my dad who was a film camera man; sleeping in equipment vans and sitting

03 Mar 2019

Susie Keef Smith + Lula Mae Graves

Talk about fearless. With a six shooter and bags stuffed with cameras, cousins Susie Keef Smith (born 1900) and Lula Mae Graves (born 1908) set off into the California desert to take postcard photographs. Sometimes they rode in their Model T Ford. Other times, they’d hunt for shots by burro

22 Feb 2019

Milstein In Toronto

Talented Photographer Jeffrey Milstein – whom we profiled in December – is mounting a show at the Bau-Xi Toronto from March 9th to 23rd. Entitled AERIALS and shot from a helicopter, the exhibit will include photographs of transport vehicles and iconic sites like Versailles, Times Square, the Empire State Building and the

11 Jan 2019

From Guilt-Free Chocolate Mousse to Churro Balls

“If you have a second dessert stomach” – Check! –  “this guilt-free chocolate mousse will definitely fill it.” So says Brad Hill – publisher and photographer behind the latest volume in the Foodie series: the Plant-Based Foodie Vancouver. This offering of delicious recipes from popular Vancouver restaurants follows his neighbourhood-based cookbook

21 Oct 2018

George Byrne

i. I work as: a photographic artist. ii. I do this creative work because: I honestly believe it was my destiny, from the very first day I picked up a camera I feel I was able to interpret regular things in an interesting unique way. iii. Personal qualities that help

12 Oct 2018

Shooting Roses

“When words become unclear,”  Ansel Adams said,  “I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Adams is one of the renowned photographers we feature training their cameras on or near roses, real or crafted. Adams created his piece below – Rose and Driftwood –  in

01 Jul 2018

Canada In Photo Likes

Happy Canada Day! In celebration of our True North strong and free, here are some photos of Canada that have been particularly popular on unsplash. They come to us courtesy of photographers who generously upload examples of their work for others to see and use. ~ TJ Holowaychuk. Whistler ~

26 Dec 2017

Boxing Up Boxing Day

Happy Boxing Day 😀 Many of us will spend the day hunting down the last bargains left standing after the Black Friday to Christmas frenzy. But, way back in Victorian England, Boxing Day was about boxing up goods to present to workers whose toil helped more fortunate houses run smoothly. Those receiving boxes included tradespeople, milkmen,