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Away from home for a few days. I miss the mountains of BC for sure, but this kind sight sure ain’t bad either… Pretty relaxing.

In Erquy, small town somewhere in Brittany, France.

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  03:53 pm, by briceferre 4  |  Comments

Yesterday I was on a boat…

Everybody seems to be freaking out in BC because summer appears to be over. As you can see by the clouds and the sky here.

I strongly disagree and think we’ll be able to play Frisbee shirtless for the next 3 weeks.  But it doesn’t change the fact that it’s September 22nd and it’s now Fall.

Happy Fall everyone!!!

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  05:11 pm, by briceferre 12  |  Comments

As I took some time off last week, I have been away from my computer.

It felt good to take a break and enjoy my family and friends without thinking about work at all. But it also feels good to be back and share some of my new stuff with you all.

Here is a photo I took Saturday morning, at 5.15 am while drinking coffee on a wooden dock on the gorgeous Harrison Lake…

My family and I spent the last 3 days off the grid (literally) and got to really appreciate how amazingly beautiful British Columbia is.

More new projects, portraits, videos and photos very soon…

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  11:30 am, by briceferre 7  |  Comments

Ever wondered how it feels like to do 90 Km/h on water?!

I never did, but I actually figured it out the hard way.

A couple of years ago, I was working on a project here in Vancouver, filming boats between Jericho, English Bay and the Vancouver Harbor.

The easiest way to film some of the boats was to ride on one of the rescue zodiacs during the patrol.

And this is what happens when a boat capsizes at the other end of the bay and no one knows if the skipper has surfaced yet.

The life guard, yells: “hang on to something!!!” and then floors it with no other warning. Those who know me are very much aware that I don’t miss an opportunity to film or photograph, so I grabbed the boat with one hand and filmed with the other.

This is by far one of the most brutal experiences I have had to go through while shooting. Feeling that you are going to fly off the boat anytime.(This footage has not been sped up, it’s the actual speed)

Everything is fine until you pass the Lion’s Gate Bridge and then the boat starts flying…

Good thing Pelican cases are made for this type of adventures.

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01:39 pm, by briceferre 2  |  Comments