Cybera is an annual client of mine! I love to work with this company! Mostly because the event takes place in a beautiful environment and the atmosphere is always friendly. I get instructions as for mandatory aspects to pay attention to, but other than that I am free to create my vision of this Summit. Generally I never get what speakers are talking about during the conference, all those IT terms are scary to me as I am more creative than logical person. But it doesn’t obstruct me to enjoy this work. Moreover, the client is happy about the conference pictures and use them on their website and social media here and here. Continue reading
I have a long lasting relationship with this young and active team of professionals, called Enactus, ready to change the world! Couple years ago I was part of their very first program and now we try to help each other in our professional growth. I took pictures of their first year program celebration. There were a lot of significant figures including ambassadors from different countries who came to this event. I was very pleased and more than surprised to see Ambassador of Ukraine, Andriy Shevchenko, and to meet his beautiful wife. They came to support ukrainian women-enterpreneurs from Calgary: my dear friend Nelia Chmilenko, an interpreter and me, the photographer. The article about this event was published on University of Calgary website here. Continue reading
This year summit was very warm and sunny, but intensive at the same time. There were sessions in different rooms and I run from one to another to get the best shots! The evening program was very interactive: games, conjurer, satiric, jokes and a lot of laugh. Everyone enjoyed the show including me! Continue reading
Wherever you are, don’t forget what you love. Photography will always be my passion even if it doesn’t evolve into profession. My camera is my best friend and the desire to reflect everything around drives me crazy sometimes. I learn to stop myself and enjoy the real life instead of photographic. Still though, what can be more pleasant than the sound “click” that catches the perfect moment?… Continue reading
Recently I had a chance to visit amazing play by Nicolas Billon. The play that touched me so deeply that I can’t stop talking about it all around. I’ve heard once that any movie or any stage play should impress and make people think about life. Here what we have now: the Alberta Theater Project, absolutely unforgettable, very powerful and existential. All this I’ve seen at “Butcher” starting the season this week.
The pictures are taken at discussion before the play. The conversation was devoted to the human rights, the trials of a refugee as well as the process of playwrighting inspiration. Continue reading