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Been a few months since I last posted a Journal and I have been busy. I've done a few shoots, had my computer blow up on me and gotten involved in a few activities.
If you don't know what steampunk is, this isn't were I'm going to tell you about it. I have gotten involved in the local group, lead by
. And events are being planned for the summer.
,is working on making us both outfits. And I popped into a local antiques shope and picked us both up some nice pocket watches, of which I need to do some shots.
Victoria's little Anime Con has invited me back to get involved in the event. I attended our first staff meeting last weekend and I think we have a good cohesive team. There are plans to make this year's event even bigger, if possible.
I can't give anything away, but if you are interested in helping out for Tsukino 2011, there is a meeting at noon in Uvic's ECS building (Tsukino Cons main building) on July 10th.
I created a group, here on
, if you want to join, leave a comment and I'll send an invite.
Outside of Tsukino Con I have revisited my Manga story and am re-seeking an artist to collaborate on it with me.
Back at the beginning of May, I attended an Event for a local Hair and Make-up school. Various photographers were invited to take pictures and I got quite a few nice shots. At the end of the event I had the opportunity to get some individual shots with, Jenny Denluck
, Chantal Babin
, Erica Dobson
, Liz Anderson
and Trina Pugh.
Elsa's Shoot was the week after The Event, By Richard Mar's School of Hair and Fashion, and a little coaching with her turned out some fantastic results.
I just posted one of them, but as she is a starting model, I do recommend her.
I've known Kyra Sheard for a few years and had the honor of doing her first shoot last August, at the Annual Victoria Goth Shoot. She has wanted to do anouther one since, and we managed to sync our schedules during Buccaneer Days. I got to Beacon Hill Park early and got shots of the Snowbirds flying over. Once she arrived in her Grad-dress of Peacock Blue, I knew we needed to try and get a Peacock from the Petting Zoo in the shot, unfortunately none of them worked out.
In the end I spent four hours in the bright sun without a hat, got the sunburn, and over 150 images and a lot of fun.