The Vancouver Mini Maker Faire this past weekend was so fun!
I recently started reading Makers by Cory Doctorow; it’s all about a time (I assume in the future) when open-source DIY inventing, experimenting, building, and learning are on the rise and become the norm. To learn that there’s a real maker culture out there was exciting. People are clever.
Shadi Toloui-Wallace has a newly designed site that’s looking pretty sleek with some Bronwyn Proctor photography. Go take a look!
Sometimes I take a photo on my phone and like it so much I have to take one on my DSLR too.
Another from my shoot with this girl (who’s birthday it happens to be today). This wall was covered in graffiti a couple days later - good timing.
I got to contribute to the beautiful blog nineteen days again this year. It is an annual project sharing the reflections of Baha’is around the world as they observe the fast. The top photo was taken around dawn, and the bottom around dusk; the book-ends of the fasting period each day.
These delicious things turned into even more delicious things.
Another outtake. I wish more of her mouth was visible, but for some reason I really love this one.
An outtake from my shoot with Shadi. Hey go stand next to that garbage.
:: sneak peak ::
I shot some portraits for musician Shadi Toloui-Wallace and we had fun! She is revamping her website so be sure to check it in the coming months, exciting things ahead!
Another old film fav.
Pentax Spotmatic. Expired 35mm film.
I made her crouch in a rose bush. WORTH IT.