ABOUT US AND ABBOTSFORD
We serve your photography needs in Abbotsford BC. We love photography and shoot a wide range of personal and commission work. Let us know how we can assist you today.
Canada’s photography talents are as diverse as the country itself. A Canadian photographers identity is palpable in their work. Some go beyond regional boundaries, taking inspiration from people and landscapes across the world.
Some remain closer to home.
Rather than our specializing in one or two "types" of photography we keep the creative doors open to many types and styles of capturing images. We practice the art and craft of light; about understanding the tools of photography and using them well; and about perception, lighting and the ability to capture an image that catches a client's attention.
We do not place limits our photography, uniqueness, professionalism or enthusiasm.
Discover Colin Pearson Photography in Abbotsford BC. What is Culture in Abbotsford? Culture embraces what defines us as a community and begins with our unique sense of place and identity, going beyond the arts and programming.
Culture is who we are and how we live. Abbotsford is a rapidly evolving and growing ‘edge city’ with a strong community aspiration to preserve, celebrate and leverage our rural Let us know and agricultural heritage. Surrounded by natural beauty, the Fraser Valley and incredible mountain vistas, we are known for our small town atmosphere that celebrates a full range of outdoor culture, arts and heritage.
Abbotsford has a dynamic arts, photography, theatre and culture scene. They offer a wealth of opportunities to immerse yourself with new ideas, explore new points of view and maybe even change your outlook on life.
Photography arts represent an outlet of expression that is usually influenced by culture and which in turn helps to change culture. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse. Major constituents of the arts include literature – including photography, poetry, novels and short stories and epics; performing arts – among them music, dance and theatre; culinary arts such as baking, and winemaking; media arts like photography and cinematography and visual arts – including drawing, painting, ceramics and sculpting.
Some photographic art forms combine a visual element with performance (e.g. film) and the written word (e.g. comics). From prehistoric cave paintings to modern day films, art serves as a vessel for storytelling and conveying humankind's relationship with its environment.