Building anchors and rapping off Wasootch Ridge in the rain in Kananaskis, Alberta with Erinn Locke this past summer. #prana #scarpa, #petzl #northface © 2019 Greg Locke
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Very happy to release these still frames from Wanda Nolan’s short film, Always Going, Never Gone. It was shot this summer on location in Petty harbour, Newfoundland and will make its debut at the Atlantic International Film Festival in Halifax, NS on September 13th, 2019
Thanks for inviting me to be a part of this cool film.
Written and directed by Wanda Nolan
Produced by Kerri Mattie
Mary-Colin Chisholm as Ailish
Allison Moira Kelly as Kari
Rhiannon Morgan as the Banshee
Very pleased with the outcome of this ad campaign for long time client, Diamond Design, in St John’s, Newfoundland. If you don;t know, they have the best watch boutique in Newfoundland and with this campaign wanted to incorporate the local vibe. First shoot was with Fog Town Barbour Shop in downtown St John’s. Loved the opportunity to produce a classic retro style again. It suited this shoot so well.
All Photos by Greg Locke © 2019. www.straylight.ca
…and that means shooting some ice climbing. Here is a little “Behind The Scenes” of me hanging out with Terry Day climbing “High Anxiety”, a 40 meter, WI5 with very irregular formations in Red Head Cove, Newfoundland. Needless to say that this takes a lot of planning. Not only what cameras and lenses to take but the best outdoor gear and safety equipment that will keep you warm and dry but still give you room to hike and climb in. Thanks to Trevor Wragg for the photo of us.
Well, there goes 2018. Hope it was good to you. Here are my top 9 photos of the year according to Instagram. Although the one of me was taken by Terry Day! Nice to look back and curious because what your favourite photos, or what you might consider the “best” …. are seldom what other think. The thing I like about these are they are a product of great subjects and great adventures. Here is to 2019 so get out there and make great photos! #2018bestnine.
This is the stock and trade of the daily photography done by professional photographers. Sometime its for a company newsletter or announcement or the rare air of a corporate annual report but a lot is done for the business magazines. Dave Bennett and James Reid are a couple of smart lawyers who brokered a major merger of power companies in Canada and the USA for Fortis. Inc. It earned them the cover of ThompsonReuters Lexpert Magazine. We made shot overlooking the harbour at St John’s, Newfoundland. © 2017 Greg Locke
Erinn and her teammates went to the Coupe Quebec provincial championships last week and her and Lily Dubrowski made finals and earned a spot at the Canadian National Youth Bouldering Championships in Vancouver in February. This is the first time since 2008 that Newfoundland climbers have qualified for this event.You can help get these two across the country and represent Newfoundland and Labrador on the national competition climbing scene by donating to their Go Fund Me Pages!
Erinn’s page: https://www.gofundme.com/send-erinn-to-nationals-in-bc
Happy to see this book finally on the shelves. With A Class Act. An Illustrated History of The Labour Movement in Newfoundland and Labrador, Journalist, Bill Gillispie revisits the history of Newfoundland’s strong labour movement and its evolution from fish and forestry workers to the modern oil industry and white collar government workers. Gillespie and I spent much time digging though my photo archive from the 80s and 90s of news events and my work with workers in Newfoundland and Labrador since 1979. This book is available through Boulder Publications.
The Latest from Greg LockeWelcome to the blogs at Stray Light Media and GREG LOCKE PHOTO. Here you will find some of our current work, adventures, personal stories notes from the road while on assignment and news and insights from the photography, video, film, digital imaging and media world. Not to mention, more often than not, late night ramblings from the studio elves. Share your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Comments are welcome, but moderated, so bring your insight and smarts to the discussion.
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