Filming Day 3: Why I'm not an actor.
Manning Park. Early afternoon. Bright and sunny (Not the weather we wanted). Not that cold (If you’re wearing four layers). Beautiful (Very). The very opening scenes of the film were shot that day. The lone actor, Kirstin, did an amazing job despite being dressed as a fairy in the wintery wonderland. She was cold. We put in our best efforts to keep her warm. Other challenges...
Day Two of filming!
Day two we shot the final scene of the film out at beautiful White Cliff Park in West Vancouver. Last minute Make Up by the remarkably talented Carolyn Secord. Stuart Gillies directing the film’s youngest actor, Tess, playing the part of the Red Fairy. Costume design and creation by Christine Stathers and Tyra Weitman. To find out more about the film “A Wish...
I'm working on a short film.
I’m acting as the Artistic Director and Stills Photographer for the film. Its called “A Wish Where the Wind Once Blew” and deals metaphorically with Cystic Fibrosis. Filming began on Saturday out in New Westminster begining with a scene with Gypsies. It was a long cold day, but the results were well worth it. The team is fantastic and all have a strong connection to the...
Bright Lights: Seymour Art Gallery exhibition... →
An article with photos about the exhibit in Deep Cove!
FOR THE WIN!
I entered my photo Monster #1 in to the DisCOVEry 2011 Emerging Artists exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery and was thrilled tonight to discover that my photo won the grand prize! Of course the photo couldn’t have been realized without the help of my beautiful friends who modeled for me, did the make up and helped out behind the scenes arranging props, ironing shirts and ties and bringing...
Opening January 11th the DisCOVEry 2011 show at the Seymour Art Gallery in Deep Cove featuring work by a number of artists including one piece by yours truely, Alex Waber. Swing by and say “hi!” I’ll be the tall blond guy.