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07.04.22 - Beth

Beth Whitaker, model and art & design student, approached DNA to create a modelling portfolio.

Her look is dynamic and versatile, she trained as a synchronized swimmer which enables her to holding complicated gestures and poses with ease.  She was such a joy to photograph and work with as she maintain a fresh and positive attitude throughout the multi day shoot.

Beth is now represented by the  Patti Falconer agency.

 

 

View the portfolio  Beth Whitaker + Model Portfolio

 

11.01.22 - Community Forest Annual Report 2021

Anji Smith’s recent work with the Community Forest was published with their 2021 Annual Report.

Although Anji’s photographic roots are steeped in the fine art B&W photography and printing, her interest in travel and underwater photography fuel her passion for visual storytelling.

Since 1984 Anji has worked and exhibited internationally before relocating to Powell River to surround herself in the natural beauty of landscape and ocean.  Anji is a principle at DNA and a Community Forest photographer.

 

04.06.21 - green room garden

Greenroom Garden & Design was looking for a fresh start to their online appearance and reached out to dna.RM.  The talented and dynamic duo Erin Sage and Andre Koekemoer were looking for a way to present their projects and services that was both informative and visually appealing.

All the photos are Erin’s – what a great eye for landscape & architecture. The site had to offer a completely self managed solution for them to advertise and to work their design services online.

 

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