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A–List

Young and talented Nick Lepard

He has much to say about the photographs I took of him. It's interesting to hear how he analyzes his own face, as if he is thinking of how he could paint it.

Fierce Fred Herzog

Life is short, but art is long.

John Bishop

Despite being one of the first celebrity chefs in Vancouver and the owner of one of the most established restaurants in the city, John Bishop seems humble.

Violinist Marc Destrubé is as Wonderful as the Music he Plays

He has just returned from Europe, performing in front of enthusiastic audiences in Poland and other places.

Mascall Dance Presents White Spider with Set Design by Alan Storey and Music Composed by Jeff Corness

When three highly talented people get together and create a production, it is not hard to imagine how exciting the production is going to be.

Butoh Dancer and Founder of Kokoro Dance: Jay Hirabayashi

If Barbara Bourget of Kokoro Dance is a passionate person outwardly, it seems that her partner Jay Hirabayashi keeps his passion inside.

The Daring Barbara Bourget

Barbara used to shave her head, which made her look old and very young at the same time.

The Intriguing Nick Bantock

He looked as if he had just stepped out from an El Greco painting and put on modern clothes.

Maestro Bramwell Tovey

Maestro Tovey arrived at my studio carrying several different outfits including his formal attire for conducting.

Martha Sturdy, Designer

When Martha Sturdy sat in front of my Mamiya RZ medium format camera, she looked nothing but glamorous.
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