So honored that the day after the TechStyle event, I got to take-over The Style Line’s Instagram feed. I got to introduce the Style Line to two of the fabulous foodie finds that Vancouver has to offer – Meat and Bread and Soirette.
Thanks to Joey for taking my picture in front of the amazing Art Deco Marine Building!
To end off the summer, I wanted to do a photo shoot incorporating all the products I have blogged about this summer for pure fun. Why not? I enlisted Joey Armstrong – a fabulous lifestyle photographer here in Vancouver (along with her awesome assistant Alison Page – who is a photographer herself) who helped me create a wonderful photo shoot that was placed products organically and featured yours truly. I think that the pictures turned out wonderfully and its always cool to see how different photographers work their magic and really get you to shine. Thanks Joey, Alison and Diana (makeup artist) for the fun shoot and fabulous pics!
Here is the link to my article entitled, “It’s not you…it’s me. Why Mr. Potential is not Mr. Right” found on GirlTalkHQ.
I’m so excited to be teaming up with this food/lifestyle photographer this summer for my first shoot in Vancouver (go figure!). Her name is Joey Armstrong and we first met when I frequented a local deli to buy beef jerky. I’m excited to see Joey in her element as she captures moments of fun at Soirette for the shoot!
Check Joey out on Instagram/Twitter: @joey_arm_strong and ‘Like’ her Facebook page: joey armstrong photography
Here is 5 minutes/5 questions with the lovely and creative Joey Armstrong:
1) How long have you lived in Vancouver?
just over 7 years!
2) What is your favourite thing about being behind the camera?
it’s a weird mixture of excitement and fear, to have the power and ability to create images that truly capture the beauty or the feeling of the subject itself (whether it’s a farmer’s market bounty of gorgeous produce, or an adorable family that loves that loves each other so much).
3) What is your most favourite picture you have ever taken?
tough question; i’m really indecisive! i don’t think i have a favourite picture ever taken, but my most recent favourite would be a photo i took of a dad & his young daughter fishing by the river (i love the look of pure joy on her face, and the water splashing everywhere).
4) What is your single best piece of advice for aspiring photographers?
failure, or the feeling of failure, is normal and totally okay – just make sure you move on, learn from it, and don’t take it personally.
5) What are the top three characteristics on your Love List (characteristics or qualities you are looking for in a potential mate or your current mate)?
patience. humour. helpfulness.