When I’m not cranking out client work from my laptop, or biking around town, I’m probably playing Ultimate (Frisbee, …not Fighting Championship).
I’ve been playing Ultimate since 2003. I started in Highschool, then played for UBC-B, and then a Men’s competitive touring team. After that, I moved on to coaching Provincial Junior Teams and Highschools. Most recently, I’ve been volunteering my time to mentor teams for theÂ Vancouver Ultimate League (VUL)Â who are just getting started/need a little more direction.
As a result, this year, I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of two Volunteers of the Year!
<insert cheesey post-award mugshot below>
Nice to get some kudos from the League + $100 gift card to Rackets & Runners!Â You can see the full article on the VUL site here.
I finally did it.
This semester, I was hired to teach forÂ Langara’s Professional Photography ProgramÂ (the daytime program). Specifically, I’ve been teaching Technical Photography 1 and Photographic Industry Topics.
I’ve been teaching for the Langara Continuing Studies Department (evening classes) for a couple years but this new position involves teaching for the photography program I attended back in 2007. I have been wanting to teach for the program ever since I graduated so it’s nice that the “10 year overnight success” mentality has finally come to fruition.
The first week of classes, I did some portrait of all the students by just running through a whole bunch of random questions to get some candid reactions you can enjoy below.
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Sometimes all it takes is one photo.
Courtney was starting to send out applications for Masters programs and wanted to polish her online presence. No sense in having a jaw-dropping resume if a LinkedIn search has you not looking your best (<squints>…I’m looking at you vacationÂ photo people).
Her reaction upon getting the photo;
“What is this? A photo of myself that’s not a selfie?! And doesn’t have kids in it? ð
Thank you so much, again!“
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