Category Archives: Stray Light Media


Seeking nominations for 2013 Southcott awards.

SOUTHCOTT AWARDS 2013: Call for Nominations   The Newfoundland Historic Trust is announcing its call for nomination for the 2013 Southcott Awards. The Southcott Awards were established in 1984 by The Trust to recognize those […]


The NSO Project – Video Mix

The first video from our work with the musicians of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra in St. John’s, Newfoundland, comprising of video clips from backstage at concerts and during the production of our musician portraits sessions […]


Principle photography wraps on Slattery Street Crockers

Sid Collins as Darry in The Slattery Street Crockers, Photo by Greg Locke © 2013 Principle photography wrapped on The Slattery Street Crockers over the weekend. This is a pilot for a new TV series […]


Still Here – Part 1

In the last days of motion picture film the Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Co-operative (NIFCO) ran what may be its last Super 8 film workshop in the summer of 2012. At the end of last year, […]


Chad Pelley wins Salon Fiction Prize

A big congratulations to Newfoundland’s Chad Pelley on winning the Salon Fiction Prize from the Saint John Telegraph Journal in Saint John, New Brunswick this weekend. Here is a photo from the shoot we did […]


2014 Sound Symposium XVII – Call for Proposals

Celebrating 30 years of exploring sound! Be fantastic! Be outrageous! Be earth-shaking! Sound Symposium invites artists from all Sound Arts fields to propose projects, installations and performances for Sound Symposium XVII in July 2014. Sound […]


Come sail away…

RNYC Race Week 2012 from Stray Light Media on Vimeo.


Room with a view

Ever wonder what the view from the top of that tower crane on the 351 Water Street construction site looks like? The best view in St. John’s belongs to the crane operator on this project. […]


Time, time time …Part Deux

Here is the view of the west end of downtown St. John’s you don’t often get. This scene will change considerably over the next few years as three major office building construction projects have begun […]


Nikon D800 – Loose in the real world.

I have not been excited about a new camera since I traded a bag full of Olympus OM1’s and a bunch of lenses for a couple of new Nikon F3’s, an 80-200mm and a 20mm […]