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Harpist, Sarah Veber.

One of my last shoots of the summer was with the talented young harpist, Sarah Veber from St Philip’s, Newfoundland. She studies music in Ottawa but will be returning to St John’s to play with the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra for selected concerts this season beginning with the Nov 11 performance of Mozart’s Requiem at the NSO MASTERWORKS 2; HONOUR. REFLECT. REMEMBER at the historic Basilica of Saint John The Baptist. We photographed her in a meadow in her home town overlooking Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

Sound Symposium 2016

Finally catching up in this summer’s work. Check out our photo gallery from this year’s Sound Symposium XVIII, international festival of new music and sound art. A wonderful 10 day adventure in music, performance, sound art and acoustic wonders and aural delights! I got invited to shoot Sound Symposium in 1992 and I’ve been doing it ever since.


MummersParade-2015_GSL-5252-WEBOn George Street, St John’s, Newfoundland for the 2015 Mummers Festival. Lots more photos on their Flickr Photostream. © 2015 GREG LOCKE

Little Drummer Girl

NSO-WhitneyRowe-8686-WEBOur latest shoot for the NSO was a cool, breezy evening on the southside of St John’s harbour with percussionist, Whitney Rowe. © 2015 Greg Locke

Gorden Pinsent – the rowdy gentleman

Gorden Pinsent, backstage at the Arts & Culture Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Photographed by Greg Locke © 2012

Watching people flock to Gorden Pinsent backstage at the Arts & Culture Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland after his performance of Peter and The Wolf with the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra you realise what a cultural icon he is in Newfoundland. It’s not hard to forget that his stage, screen and theatre career was made in Toronto, Stratford and Los Angeles. The who’s who of the Newfoundland political, business and arts community all jostle to shake his hand as the stage crew tries to clear the stage.

I actually had a hard time getting this photo shot as people would wander into the frame to greet Pinsent blithely ignorant of the camera and lights.

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