Stage performance , events video and Photography
Robin Wong Photos / emind photo studio
, team up with stylish wedding photographers and videographers, we are all
experienced in 20 years full time professionals, encompasses a wide range of
photographic and cinematographic skills included, operate multiple cameras
& camcorders, effectual lightings and up to 24 channels on stage sound
recording… The result being a fantastic mix of candid, formal, artistic and
contemporary styles that blend together to create unique visual package of your
Shooting concert is a lot of fun because it required shooting in a low-key and unobtrusive manner like a news photography. Using wide range of different angles lenses, the peoples were photographed concentrating on and enjoying the music. They were just amazing and got a standing ovation!
emind photo studio is a full-service photo studio based in the heart of Vancouver City. Trained as a fine art, photojournalist and studio portrait photographer, Robin has covered an exciting and diverse range of professional photography assignments in Vancouver area.
Performance art, music and the spoken word captivated guests at a recent non-profit event in Greater Vancouver area. This required the special event photographer to work quickly and quietly, so the performers and audience could enjoy the performance without interruption. Afterwards, we documented the cocktail reception and everyone sharing a warm and intimate evening.
Technical team of emind photo studio provide professional photo shoot, video and audio recording, members are experienced and worked in the imaging industry over 20 years. We are able to place six camcorders over the stage and shoot with different angles. We are able to provide up to 24 microphones over the stage, recording in 24 channels of audio, ensuring every instruments has a well balance and good quality sound.
emind photo studio / 3580 E. Hastings Street Vancouver BC / Tel: 604 618 8200
The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestrais a professional concert orchestra devoted specifically to performing new intercultural music on a grand scale. Founded in 2001, it was one of the first such ensembles in the world, and is currently the only one of its kind in Canada. The VICO’s core roster consists of 24 musicians, some of whom are trained in the Western (European) classical tradition, while others are performers in the musical traditions of cultures from all over the world (Asian, African, East Indian and Middle Eastern, among others). The VICO’s composers and musicians are on the cutting edge, writing and performing the Canadian music of the future. VICO’s mission is to be a fresh and relevant voice in the contemporary music of our country…a creative force for innovation, diversity and understanding.
“…Music that sounds like Vancouver looks.” — Alexander Varty, The Georgia Straight.
One of the city’s most innovative world music ensembles celebrates a successful first decade on November 12, by doing what it does best: creating and presenting new music by Canadian composers – music that builds bridges between ancient and modern sounds and styles, performed by some of Vancouver’s finest musicians on instruments from all over the world. It’s the grand scale of its artistic vision that has always set the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra apart, so it’s fitting that its 10th anniversary concert will feature the full 24-member ensemble with North Shore-based chamber choir Laudate Singers and Iranian-born tenor soloist Amir Haghighi: 50 musicians in total, who will perform the world premieres of major new pieces by Vancouver composers Jin Zhang, Edward Henderson and Rita Ueda as well as works by Elliot Weisgarber, Mark Armanini and Moshe Denburg.