Branding photography showing a man pouring coffee beans into the hopper of a coffee roaster in Calgary, Alberta.


Photo of the Quarry Park commercial real estate project photographed by architectural photographer Brett Gilmour

Updating A Commercial Real Estate Portfolio In 13 Evenings

Premium real estate deserves premium photography so Morguard wanted most Calgary properties photographed during the golden hours. The result of this project is a mix of interior photography and exterior photography used in case studies, online feature galleries and giant prints for their corporate office in Toronto.

Industrial photography of a yellow and red vessel at a water treatment plant in Vancouver, British Columbia. Photographed during branding projects for Maple Reinders.

Aerials, interiors and exteriors at 18 Maple Reinders projects in Western Canada

Working remotely is second nature to us, we’ve been doing it since long before the pandemic. Over 50% of our clients are from outside of Calgary, and half of our photo shoots are on location all over Canada. On this photography project the pre-production meetings, permitting, production resources, and locations were all remote. Learn how we loaded up the production rig, booked flights and rented helicopters to get this industrial shoot done.

Photo of Chef Jinhee Lee of Foreign Concept preparing Alberta trout Cha Ca La Vong photographed by advertising photographer, Brett Gilmour.

Top Chef Canada Finalist Jinhee Lee Prepares Lunch For Us

Chef Lee Was named one of Avenue Calgary’s “Top 5 people to watch in Calgary’s food scene”. Drool over these photos of the Gold Medal-winning chef preparing Trout Cha Ca La Vong at Foreign Concept in Calgary. This photography project was a feature and cover of Restaurant News.

Aerial photo of Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Canada taken during a branding project for B+H Architecture by architectural photographer Brett Gilmour.

Is A Football Stadium an Interior or an Exterior Shoot?

Some photography projects require more creative problem-solving than creative photography.

Drones weren’t allowed in the air space. The largest locally available crane wasn’t tall enough. So, how did we create the aerials, exteriors and interiors of the 522,000 square-foot Mosaic Stadium, home of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders?

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