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This weeks Macleans has a photo essay of some of my Newfoundland offshore oil industry photos. Macleans is the national news magazine in Canada.
Had the pleasure of photographing some of the students at Memorial University’s School of Music last week. For this shot Kassandra and her friends where good enough to drag this piano outside on a freezing cold evening and risk a little frost bite. They where great sports and proved that if make the effort instead of doing easy shot you will be rewarded with something wonderful. THANKS GUYS!! Bye the way, Kassie’s music is a great blend of classical, jazz and even a little punk. Watch for her, she will be making waves. Photo by Greg Locke © 2013
Was with Erinn at Boulder Comp 2013 climbing competition at the Wallnut’s Climbing Centre in St. John’s on Sunday so shot some of the action. Erinn (blue and white strip sweater) came third in the Woman’s Open Division. Short story and full results over at The Sports Page.
Saturday evening’s Sinfonia concert of 18th-century music had the D.F. Cook Recital Hall filled to near capacity.
The audience was greeted in the lobby by life-size silk-screen panels of three of the orchestra members: yet another application of Greg Locke’s inspired photographs that were featured in The Telegram in the summer, that grace the program booklets for the 2013/2014 season, and that won Locke The Telegram’s Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Volunteer.
Locke’s idea of photographing the musicians with their instruments outside the concert hall, in colour, in the community and by the sea, helps put the faces to the names of individual players, while emphasizing that Newfoundland now has a symphony orchestra of which we can be very proud. …more
With the team from The Headroom at the Goldwell Fantasy hair show. Congratulations and thanks to Trish Malloy, Janel O’Connell, Courtney Day, Olivia Chafe and model, Kristen Parsons. Spectacular! Photo by Greg Locke © 2013
The last of the Royal Newfoundland Yacht Club’s Wednesday night racing sessions on Conception Bay happened this week. With the days getting shorter we headed out into the setting sun, big winds and healthy ocean swell. It all made for a fast and wet evening but when the sun went down and we sailing back in the winds had died, the seas were calm and there was a glorious full moon glistening on the bay. So, thanks for for another awesome racing season Greyling. It was a great ride. Photo by Greg Locke © 2013