All posts tagged Events

2010 FIBT World Cup for Bobsleigh and Skeleton

My recent trip to Whistler was filled with good times including getting to be on hand for the 2010 FIBT World Cup bobsleigh and skeleton events at the Whistler Sliding […]

The Pan Pacific Vancouver Christmas Wish Breakfast

Later this week, the Pan Pacific Vancouver will be hosting the 23rd Annual Christmas Wish Breakfast on Tuesday, November 30th from 6 to 9 am. I’ve been invited to photograph […]

Calgary Stampede 2010

This past weekend, thanks to my friends at Nokia Canada, I attended the opening day of the Calgary Stampede. It was my first time at such an event and had […]

WordCamp Vancouver 2010

Earlier this month, over a hundred WordPress enthusiasts headed down to the Museum of Vancouver on one of the first summer days of the season to spend the day learning […]

Opening Night for Madama Butterfly

Last night, I was invited to attend the opening night performance of Vancouver Opera’s production of Madama Butterfly. This was my second Opera and the last production for the VO […]

Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival 2010

Over the past two weekends, I was invited up to Whistler to take in the Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival. I had heard of the festival through friends that […]

Figaro, Bloggers, and the Vancouver Opera [Guest Post]

I was in Whistler this past weekend so I sent my good friend, Peter Andersen in my place to The Marriage of Figaro at the Vancouver Opera. Here’s his guest […]

SXSWi 2010 Recap

It’s been a few weeks since I got back from Texas and I’ve finally had a chance to put into words my experiences at this year’s annual ‘geek summer camp’. […]

The Flying Canucks

This weekend I had the chance to check out the Flying Canucks…they aren’t hockey players, but they are amazing athletes who use trampolines to entertain people. The team is comprised […]

12×12 Raw Talent Exhibition

This past weekend was the showcase exhibition and awards presentation for the 12×12 Photo Marathon that took place last December. On Friday, the organizing committee hung just over 600 photos […]