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A few weeks ago, during one of my trips to Edmonton, I got the chance to photograph Shafraaz Kaba for the latest "Designing Downtown" campaign.

I was working on a different project at the time and got asked about 30 minutes prior to the shoot if I could take a photo for the back cover of Parlour Life Magazine.

"Well of course I can…."

Lisa Baroldi (Progress Unlimited), who’s in charge of the whole Designing Downtown project, and I, quickly jumped in the car and met the very busy Shafraaz Kaba for a few minutes and voilà !

Many thanks go to Lisa on this one, who is by far THE multi-tasking Queen. She usually organizes about 12 meetings and 8 photo shoots before our morning coffee. She put together this back cover in a record time!!!

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  12:14 pm, by briceferre 4  |  Comments

So, I spent part of the day customizing my brand spanking new professional facebook page.

It is now all fancy and clean. If you haven’t seen it yet, feel free to check it out and click on the “like” button.

If you follow me there, you’ll be updated on all my photo shoots, my castings and whatnot…

So check it out by clicking on the big photo above…

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05:15 pm, by briceferre 16  |  Comments

Hey Guys,

I made it to Paris, yesterday for the last 3 days of my trip.

Apparently I sorta have a view from my apartment…sorta. ;o)

I’ll be back very soon with photos from Europe, San Francisco and also some new nude fine-art with Carolina.

Brice.

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  09:54 am, by briceferre 14  |  Comments

Last month I’ve had the pleasure of working with the "Momentum Magazine" crew one more time.

This time I wasn’t shooting for them, but shot by them.

Yes, you read correctly, I was “modeling” for them. ;o)

David Niddrie was in charge of the photo, and as you can see, nailed it. As he always does.

My friend Molly Millar was there too directing and styling everyone.

Those of you who know my work will recognize Lizbit somewhere on the photo too ;o)

It was a first for me and (I hope) not a last as a “model” and I had a blast.

What’s not to like, a make up artist takes care of you for 45 minutes, you wear expensive stuff and are surrounded by models. Fun…

Have a look at the Momentum Magazine edition right here and share it with the world.

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  06:18 am, by briceferre 3  |  Comments

When I travel, I usually spend an important amount of time walking around cities discovering new cool places.

I am used to walking 10 to 20 Km a day just looking around.

But this time was a little bit different. I actually went to a place I am very familiar with.

Saint-Malo, in Brittany, France.

There, I got the chance to spend all my time with my family, chilling. What a treat!

I live about 8000 Km (5000 miles) away from my folks, so needless to say I don’t see them that much.

So the time spent with them is pretty precious.

Here is a picture of how we spent parts of our days on the coast. (The rest of the time was spent catching up around the table, eating, drinking, and telling good stories.)

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  03:20 pm, by briceferre 7  |  Comments

How do you wash a kid’s hands when you’re at the beach and you don’t want to put sand on his feet?

Pretty simple when the child is about 33 pounds…

Notice my nephew’s excellent taste in clothes ;o)

I have my dear brother Romain to thank for that photo. ;o)

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  04:50 pm, by briceferre 10  |  Comments

Today I gave my camera to my 4 year old nephew for a few minutes.

His dad is a photographer, and so is his uncle Brice, so the kid is not unfamiliar with the concept of a DSLR. ;o)

I grabbed my iPhone while he was playing with my 5D and shot the opposite angle as a proof. (for the insurance company I guess… ;o) )

Apparently, if you give the right gear and some directions to a pretty smart 4 year old, he can do a pretty fine job.

I guess it’s in the blood.

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  10:49 am, by briceferre 17  |  Comments

I’ve been back from San Francisco for a couple of weeks, and it’s now time for me to grab another plane to France.

I’ll be there for a few weeks, on vacation mostly but I’ll try to book a few shoots when I’m in Paris.

In the mean time, please forgive me if I don’t post as much as I am used to.

Talk to you all soon.

Brice.

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  04:21 am, by briceferre 6  |  Comments

This week I took my car to go location scouting in Gastown, one of Vancouver’s most touristy neighborhood.

I usually cycle everywhere, but this time, it just happen that I had to have my car with me.

Anyway, it seems that I didn’t choose the best spot to park my trusty automobile, because on my way back I had the nice surprise to see a ticket on my windshield.

I parked it on a 5 minutes passenger drop-off zone….for an hour and a half. (Oh well…)

Don’t you hate that feeling of walking toward your car seeing the white paper under the wiper?

Anyway, in any city in the world, that mistake would have cost me 35$ minimum, 150$ if the car was towed.

In Vancouver, you get a warning ticket. A WARNING TICKET !!!! NO CHARGE !!!!

Who does that ?!

And people still ask me why I love Vancouver so much.

Dear Vancouver meter maids, I love you, and you should know that I am now officially warned. Thank you.

Believe me, I come from Paris where you get a 75$ ticket from cycling on the sidewalk (because you don’t want to die by cycling on the road), this just blows my mind. ;o)

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  07:20 pm, by briceferre 6  |  Comments