A couple of months ago, I found out that I was going to have a photograph published in British Columbia Magazine’s 2020 Calendar. I’m very honoured to be included in this publication, alongside some immensely talented photographers, I might add.
It’s always a great feeling to see your photographs in print & I’m so incredibly happy to finally be able to share it with everyone!
If you’d like to purchase your very own copy of this beautiful calendar, head to BCmag.com.
This past Thursday night, Factotum CO. held it’s last show under this banner. For the past three years, JP Lancaster (of At Mission Dolores) has been putting on various live events in Kamloops & other parts of the Okanagan. I’ve been there firsthand to witness & photograph countless live bands, festivals, album release shows, social gatherings and things of the like.
On this particular Thursday, JP opened the night with a solo performance of songs he’s crafted since he formed AMD over two years ago. Second to take the stage was Tim the Mute (Tim Clapp who runs the Kingfisher Bluez label out of Vancouver, BC.) who delivered an unexpectedly hilarious set of songs. Finally, Victoria, BC’s Bridal Party, who have just recently released their excellent debut LP “Too Much”, played an impressive set, which I’ve just come to expect as the norm from them at this point. Seriously, if you haven’t listened to them yet, you should do so now.
Words don’t really do the show justice, but hopefully through my photos you can grasp a sense of the atmosphere of the evening. Ultimately, I hope it’s recognized that October 10th should be remembered as a historic evening within the Kamloops music scene.
Last week, a handful of people were invited to the Foundation, where the hosts treated us to a trio of live performances from LESSSOUND, EX-SOFTESS & No Spectrum. The show also acted as a surprise birthday party of sorts for Barnacle Records’ very own Ronan McGrath. A very big thank you to Jessie & Ronan for putting events like this on, they are a huge undertaking but immensely valuable in our community.
An evening of strange lights, projected drawings, a Negroni bar, an ensemble of sonic vibrations, spent with friends from many different avenues & documented for your viewing pleasure. Looking forward to more evenings like this in the near and distant future.
A fog soaked morning wandering through Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver consisting of torrential downpour & moody coastal views.