August 2020 – Newsletter 1

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August has been a busy month and a time of change as I work towards a professional photography practice. I hope everyone has been able to enjoy the nice weather and are keeping safe in the midst of the pandemic.

First off, I wanted to welcome you to the new home of C.K Wright Photography. This revamped web site provides a solid foundation to support my photography business. Along with that change comes my first monthly newsletter, I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts on it. I have added an index (blue hyperlink text below) to allow easy navigation.

Beyond the business side, I have been busy photographing in Metro Vancouver exploring new and old sites. Read on for images from this month!

Scroll through the newsletter or if you prefer to view a particular section, use this index to navigate to it.
Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity Golf Tournament
Urban and Architectural Exploration at UBC, SFU, and other locals
Boundary Bay Landscapes
High School Graduation Portraits
Creativity with Abstracts and Expressionism


Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

One of the team shots at the first hole tee off

In mid-August I photographed the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation golf charity tournament. This was my first time photographing for them so I felt very honored to be entrusted with documenting their event. The weather was perfect, sun with clouds and thankfully not boiling hot! I certainly enjoyed the work which included 33 team photographs, golf in action, sponsors, prizes, and of course the various food stations. All it all, it was a successful day!

Tee off!
One of the teams waiting at the start and thinking about the delicious pizza!

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Urban and Architectural

SFU Burnaby Campus

New places and old favorites provided many hours of creative urbanscape photography. I always find much joy in capturing buildings and structures, emphasizing the mass and playing with the scale.

Coast Capital Headquarters, Surrey
Front Street New Westminster
Power Line Tower on Howe Truss Bridge, Mitchel Island

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Boundary Bay Landscapes

Low tide at Mud Bay

With the clouds lingering on the mountains, a friend and I headed over to walk the Boundary Bay dykes and enjoy the glorious sun. We walked from the Kings Link Golf Course to the Boundary Bay Regional Park. The views over the bay were impressive as were the flowers.

Entire-Leaved Gumweed (Aster family)
Massing Clouds along the coast mountains
Purple loosestrife and boardwalk

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High School Graduation Portraits

Graduation Portrait

Graduating from high school is certainly an accomplishment, though this year with the pandemic related issues, it is very much an exercise in ‘plan b’ and patience! I was really pleased to be asked to photograph a local student’s delayed graduation portrait along with her boyfriend. They were both such nice people with ready smiles and just bursting with the future possibilities that await them.

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Abstract and Expressionism

Passion Squares

I continue looking for creative possibilities through the abstract and expressionism arrangements. As I head out for play time with the camera, I am always amazed at the power of these creative compositions. This month I have been working on creating images with colour, texture, and a free form sense of arrangement.

Tracking The Groove
Memories of the Dory at Sea
Abstracted Alpine Lake

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  1. Hey Chris. Great job with the high school grads, beautifully done. And I really enjoyed your abstracts. Each one holds my attention.

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  2. Congratulations on your new venture Chris. By the looks of these images you should do extremely well. The diversity of subject matter and style shows your artistic talent and competency. A rising star!

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  3. The quality & diversity of content make worthwhile viewing. I’m favourably impressed with the newsletter, & looking forward to your next.

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  4. Hi Chris, thank you for sharing your beautifully done travel journey. Enjoyed the colors and texture of the mud flats, looking forward to your next newsletter.

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  5. Great work Chris on all fronts. Happy for you for making photography your new career. All of Your shots are of premium quality and I always look forward to what you’re up to next. Good luck, must be really nice to do what you love to do the most.

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