Always great to see work in context. Print campaign I did in collaboration with Immersion Creative for Shearwater Research, a company specializing in manufacturing diving gear for advanced divers.
Corporate branding portraits.
50+ people company group portrait shot in a compact boardroom. No problem. Shot for Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc.
Print campaign for Globe Printers done in collaboration with Crew Marketing Partners.
Print campaign for Design Lighting in collaboration with Crew Marketing Partners.
Had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Joe Vitale (yes...the guy from the movie 'the secret'), and listen to his sage life advice during the filming of the documentary 'One Life No Regrets' by local documentary film maker Patrick Stark.
Peter Holst was commissioned to photograph branding portraits for DBM Law. The task involved capturing the leadership team at various Tri-City area landmarks.
Print ad for Shearwater technical diving equipment.
'Love Food Hate Waste' print campaign for Metro Vancouver. The main challenge with this fun campaign was to find talent who displayed facial features which would connect them visually to a type of food. Thankfully soup was not on the menu...phew.
Campaign to run across multiple provinces.
Branding portraits for Boeing Canada/AeroInfo.
Sandra Stuart, CEO and President of HSBC Canada.
Leadership portraits for Destination Canada.
Peter Holst, Vancouver advertising and editorial portrait photographer, was commissioned by Immersion Creative to shoot a company portrait for a local law firm. Working closely together with Mike Catherall from Immersion Creative, they came up with the idea of having the 13 most senior lawyers on horseback in front of the location of their law firm...why? Why not?
FishSafe ad wins silver at the Summit Awards.....woot woot!
I was commissioned by 'Produced By Magazine' to shoot writer and producer Noah Hawley of the TV series 'Fargo'. The brief called for portraits with a cinematic 'vibe'. Originally we planned to shoot Noah at a pre-scoutedoutdoor location, but was forced indoors due to heavy rain. This left us with a boardroom and 35 minutes to get the shots needed, before Noah had to head to the airport to catch a flight to L.A. A fun exercise in thinking on my feet.
Branding portraits for architect Maurice Ouellette.