Hailing from an upbringing that most could not even imagine—one full of real and natural experiences—Maylies Lang has a unique eye for capturing the most honest moments. Through her education at the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts, Maylies draws on her natural surroundings for inspiration for her work. With her natural surroundings being the beautiful British Columbia, it was always destined that her work would be something to admire.
When I first discovered Eden Pogonoski, an 18-year-old originally from Thirroul on the south coast of New South Wales, I was automatically drawn to his work. Was it unique? Oh yes, it was. But not only that—his images were a reflection of his passion and his hard work, showcasing his commitment to the ocean in a manner that bring you into the action with him.
I'd heard tales of the beauty of Mauritius, seen photos, but pictures never do a place justice until you experience it for yourself.Mountains were shrouded in a light dreary mist, ones you only see in magazines. Flowing rivers created a green landscape so lush you thought you’d stepped back in time to the Jurassic Age. Roads were empty.
To most, the idea of being stuck outside a live music venue in a foreign country with nowhere to go might be unsettling, and for me this situation is that of a nightmare. However, it is in this exact position that I had the pleasure to be introduced to New Zealand based band The Shambles.
A Salty Friendship - Life is crazy sometimes. A few weeks ago I organized a contest to win two of my photographs, as a way to thank the people who follow me on Facebook. The winner of this contest ended up being a wedding photographer who lives near me in France.
About a month ago I decided to go to Nicaragua on a solo trip to focus on my surf photography.From being in cold water and thick neoprene suits in Canada, I needed a small escape to the tropics to get me through the long gloomy months.