For anyone interested in 1920’s style, there’s an great display of women’s fashions from the Flapper era at the Museum of Vancouver (conveniently located in Kitsilano at the Planetarium).  It is called “Art Deco Chic : Extravagant glamour between the wars” and it runs until September 23, 2012.  And while there, check out Vancouver’s very own neon graveyard – a display of decommissioned neon signs from around the city.  The exhibit is called “Neon Vancouver | Ugly Vancouver” and it’s really worth a peek.  It runs until August 12, 2012.  I’ve lived in this city all of my life and I never knew this museum existed until I attended the “Flapper and Dapper” soiree there last night, which was plenty of fun.

I recently had the great pleasure of being a part of an amazing weekend workshop led by the phenomenally talented photographer Erik Almas. If you’re not already familiar with Erik’s work, you should be, so check out his website at www.erikalmas.com.  We had a fantastic time and made some pretty cool images.  Take a look at a few of mine below and let me know what you think!

 

To my great pleasure, Margot & Mike were the lucky recipients of one of my portrait sessions donated to a charity auction.  We braved the chilly spring air and pretended it was closer to summer as we meandered around Stanley Park, Sunset Beach and underneath the Burrard Street Bridge.  Margot and Mike were fabulous models, even despite the near fatal wound Margot received from an evil, sliver-bearing park bench.  I hope your finger has healed Margot!  Thanks for all the smiles & laughter!

  • Margot

    We had such a great experience shooting with you Andrea and we couldn’t be happier with the images you created! Thank you 🙂ReplyCancel

I was recently commissioned by Concerto Marketing to document their ad campaign for Vancouver Community College. The massive wall murals can be found in Granville Station and will attract students looking for a hip, urban education. Very eye catching work by Creative Director Craig Redmond & Art Director Alexis Kernaghan.

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