Wasn’t overly happy with the reflections, but it did the job.
I don’t think that’s icecream
Some delicious treats that were given to clients at the recent zuggenheim event.
Hey Baby! Over Here!
Something that I loved about Help-Portrait was how every photographer brought a different skill set. This really improved everyone’s experience. Kim had the foresight to bring a blanket, several toys, things that squeaked and a huge teddy bear along to the shoot. She knew that we would have families with young children, and would need to make them smile. I don’t think anyone else had really pondered that, I know I hadn’t. You can see her above, dangling some bells for a child (blocked in the shot). Totally saved the day.
Another brilliant zu client event happened last week. Called the “zuggenheim” (get it!?), artwork created by zu employees, family and friends was hung around the first floor. Clients came by and were able to enjoy the art, free wine, snacks and some speeches. Great event. The shot above is a couple of the caterers looking at my piece. I didn’t have time to make something new, so I used my trusty Art 116 final project.
Another Help-Portrait shot from Saturday. Part of me feels sorry for Hemant (above) for being a bit too tall for his subjects; a very small part.
Today I had the wonderful experience of being able to volunteer for the Help-Portrait project. You can find out more information about it here: help-portrait.com. Dale Zak wrote a quick blog about the project, which explains it better than I can. Thanks to everyone who helped out and a giant thank you to Krystian Olszanski for organizing the Saskatoon event.