As we reflect on this past year we realize that 2014 has been a good year for us at LMP. It has brought new clients, new experiences, opportunities and growth. We go into 2015 with hope and enthusiasm for the work that lies ahead.
Thank you to each and every one of you who over the course of this year trusted us to produce work for you, collaborated with us in the work that we created, and inspired us in the development of new ideas for 2015.
We wish you the best in 2015. Happy New Year to you all.
Once again we are winding down for the holidays and Mark and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the wonderful, creative people who we’ve had the pleasure of working with this year. It’s been another good year for us and we’ve enjoyed being involved in so many new projects, leading our photography into new genres and adding to our body of work. Many of the experiences we’ve shared with you, our clients, have inspired us and driven us forward – we thank you for that gift and we wish you all the best for the coming year.
Happiest holidays to you all.
As photographers, we are always striving to create images that are captivating. Images that tell a story, change a mind, or introduce others to ideas and worlds outside of their own.
The untimely passing of Canadian photographer Andrew MacNaughtan, and a reflection upon his work, reminds us that as photographers – as artists – while we strive to create work that is captivating, we should also strive to do work that is IMPORTANT.
Over the course of his career as one of Canada’s foremost music photographers Andrew not only took a great number of stunning images, but he also created Art Gives Hope, a charity initiative in support of World Vision Canada. In March of 2006 the art exhibit fundraiser featuring over sixty of his most striking images raised $55,000 for families in Africa living with HIV and AIDS.
To have the potential to reach people half a world away and change their lives with what we do is an honour. It is something that we – as artists – should take every opportunity to realize.
Here’s hoping that even without Andrew, Art continues to Give Hope.
No photos today. Just Mark and I taking the opportunity to thank everyone who we have had the pleasure of collaborating with this year for the opportunities that we have been given to continue moving forward in our work, creating new images and material. 2011 has been a good year for us, and so to all of our clients and friends – the many clients who have become friends – we thank you and look forward to new opportunities in 2012.
Happy Holidays to you all – each and every one of you.