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Something in the Atmosphere

Back in August outdoor retailer, Atmosphere, came out to Newfoundland to shoot their fall ad campaign on the iconic East Coast Trail  …and it was a blast! Our crew of eight hiked, scouted explored and shot in locations from Flatrock to LaManche over 5 days. Even Cape Spear  …as far east as you can go in North America! For a photography and ad people its very rewarding to be doing full on advertising production on location in beautiful place.

Producer: Kaitlyn Smith
Art Director: James Wallbank
Production Assistant: Terry Day
Models: Camille Stopps, Morgan Locke, Michael Zatylny, Faraz Qureshi.

The photos are making their way through their social media feeds and their retail website. Here is a small cut of my favourites.



Night ride with the AMG Mercedes e63s

Summer nights on Marine Drive with TJ, Mango Lassie and the AMG Mercedes e63s wagon. © 2018 Greg Locke

In studio with Peter Willie Youngtree

In studio for a portrait of musician., Peter Willie Youngtree in St John’s, Newfoundland. © 2018 Greg Locke

I ran off and joined the circus!

Aerialist Alyssa Bunce of the National Circus School performs in St John’s during CircusFest. © 2018 Greg Locke

Annual CAT report

Very happy to have shot the cover art for the Toromont CAT 2015 Annual Report. Always dirty fun and adventure out playing with the cats.

Carole Bestvater for NSO Portraits

NSO violinist Carole Bestvater photographed on location in Corner brook, Newfoundland by Greg Locke for The NSO Project © 2013 -www.greglocke.com

NSO violinist Carole Bestvater photographed on location in Corner brook, Newfoundland by Greg Locke for The NSO Project © 2013 -www.greglocke.com

Well!!!! ….here in St. John’s, Newfoundland its Old Christmas Day (the 12th Day of Christmas)  …and the real Christmas Day for many of the Christian cultures. The sun is out power is back on after a howler of a winter storm and rolling blackouts across the entire island for the past 3 days. So its back to work for as long as the power stays on. First thing is to clean of a few jobs left over from before the holidays such as a final edit of the amazing Carole Bestvater’s photo shoot. We shot this as the first in a new series for the NSO Portraits Project in a church yard in Corner Brook, Newfoundland while the Newfoundland symphony Orchestra was on tour with it Christmas Pops Tour. It was sunrise, in the snow and -20c degrees.

Check out our previous work on The NSO Project and stay tuned for our new adventures with the incredible musicians of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra.

Simon G in St. John’s

Simon Ghanimian

World renown jewellery designer Simon Ghanimian, of Simon G jewellery photographed by Greg Locke at Diamond Design in St. John’s, Newfoundland. © 2013 – www.greglocke.com

Out of the studio with Anthony Germain

CBC Radio's Anthony Germain photographed by Greg Locke on location at Out Cove, Newfoundland. Copyright © 2013 - www.greglocke.com
Time to catch up on some of the assignments we shot over this summer. We’ll start with Anthony Germain, host of CBC Radio’s Morning Show in St. John’s, Newfoundland, who we photographed on location at Outer Cove, a small rocky beach north of St. John’s. Photo by Greg Locke© 2013

Michelle Cheramy

The summer shooting schedule continues and we are back in Flatrock, Newfoundland. This time for this evening portrait of musician Michelle Cheramy. Photo by Greg Locke© 2013

More, Lisa Moore

Author Lisa Moore by Newfoundland photographer Greg Locke in St. John's for Salon © 2013 - www.greglocke.com More cover shoots with Lisa Moore!


Lisa is on fire with the release of her new novel Caught from House of Anansi this month. We photographed her on a rooftop overlooking Water Street in downtown St. John’s from the Saint John Telegraph Journal’s Salon magazine.


 “St. John’s author Lisa Moore, the 2013 winner of Canada Reads, Giller Prize finalist and Commonwealth Writers’ Prize-winner, explodes expectations in arguably CanLit’s most anticipated book  of 2013. With wild abandon, Caught, her third novel, entrenches Moore in the upper echelon of Canadian writers with a story of sensitivity and suspense that is part fact, part 21st-century folktale and entirely fantastic.” 

….Mike Landry, Telegraph-Journal.


Lisa is also on the cover of the June 2013 issue of Quill and Quire magazine