The “Fame Us” Party

By Jason Payne/NPAC.ca

Colonel Sanders was there. So was Bono. Tina Turner and Robert De Niro flew in from New Jersey. They all cheerfully posed for pictures with many of the hundred or so friends, family and colleagues on hand for the launch of Vancouver photographer Brian Howell’s new book Fame Us. Despite some of the biggest names in celebrity stardom being at Snap Contemporary Art, there was no red carpet, no paparazzi.

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The cover of Brian Howell’s new book which he launched last week.

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ECNPA Student Award Winners

The Great White North Workshop was a great success with many students taking advantage of reviews from industry representatives.

Congratulations go out to second-year Loyalist students Andrew Spearin and Aaron Vincent Elkaim who received the ECNPA Loyalist Award and the ECNPA Vision Award, respectively.

 

Photo By Andrew Spearin

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Sail On, Sundance Kid

By Jason Payne/NPAC.ca

After more than three decades, The Canadian Press photographer Chuck Stoody is ready to cast his lines and sail into the sunset of retirement.

 

Retiring Canadian Press photographer Chuck Stoody on his boat Trivial Pursuit Cruising Edition in Deep Cove, near Vancouver B.C. earlier this month. (John Lehmann/NPAC.ca)

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Photographes en Lock Out

Par Jacques Boissinot (English version follows the French)

Voila plus de six mois que les employés syndiqués du Journal de Québec sont en
“lock out” et une entente ne semble pas être en vue.

 

Richard Morneau, graphiste en lock, remet une copie du journal Média Matin Québec à la levée du jour mardi 23 octobre. (LA PRESSE CANADIENNE/Jacques Boissinot)
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