This was taken at an impressive light show where images and video celebrating local history were projected onto a collection of towering grain silos located in the port area of Quebec City, Canada. My understanding is that it was originally conceived to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city. (Rich)
TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.5 with Richard Dewhirst
Special: Who or what holds a special place in your heart?
I’m now a proud American but at the same time that doesn’t stop me from being proud of my British heritage. The two countries have so much in common while at the same time being so different. It’s a fascinating contradiction that I’ve spent years dissecting from my vantage point of having lived in both countries for decades. In fact, moving to another country is one of the best ways to discover your original country because you see things very differently when you step away for a while. It’s like the expression ‘you can’t see the wood for the trees’.
Also, do you have a pet?
Not yet. I usually spend quite a bit of time in Europe but hopefully I’ll get a dog one day. Until then I’m making do with plants but petting them just isn’t the same.
Richard Dewhirst, chief creative photographer of Radical Snaps represents the convergence of a deep-rooted passion for photography and a commitment to unique, memorable, high quality imagery.