Posts tagged with “photographer” (26 posts)

another award from capic xpose


We’ve had several photos accepted in to Xpose, the CAPIC National Photography Show, being shown at the Toronto Contact Photography festival.  The show is on display in Toronto from May 1-8th at Artscape Wychwood Barns at 601 Christie Street. Drop by if you’re in the neighbourhood. If not, here ...

roth and ramberg in graphis


Two of our favorite photos from our 2009 Texas Road Trip were included in the 2010 Graphis Photography Annual. The annual is a beautifully printed hardcover book that is distributed worldwide.


 The first photo is of two barbers in a little Texas town. Apparently it wasn’t their first time being photographed. According ...

cod tongues and other stories

Well it’s finally done. The Roth and Ramberg 2010 Calendar is out. We had a fantastic trip to Newfoundland and met some awesome people. If you’d like a copy shoot us an email


This is a fellow by the name of Bill Mercer and we met him the second day on our ...

roth and ramberg in communication arts

Another month, another award!!


Roth and Ramberg are in the latest issue of Communication Arts Photography Annual. It was a photo done for DDB as part of Syncrude Canada’s “Dream Bigger” campaign. Thanks to Eva and Howard from DDB and of course Mark from Syncrude. 


 Who doesn’t love big trucks!!!

roth and ramberg in archive magazine


We worked with Brad Connell, Kelsey Horne  and Nick Asik (Taxi) on some ads for custom-made wallpaper produced locally in Calgary by ABL Imaging. Now it’s in the latest issue of Archive Magazine!!


the party is over...


We finally got Maggie home and back up on her blocks in Portugal Cove. Tired and dirty, we had a bit of a sleep in but were up early enough to drive around Portugal Cove. We were pretty sure we had enough shots for the calendar but perhaps there was ...

dildo days


 We overnighted in Square Pond campground, mainly due to their wi-fi connection. Another long night plowing through the video, blog, etc.

 The average bedtime is about 2:30 am. Usually we have a few cocktails while we work. Best guess so far for alcohol consumed: two bottles of Old Sam ...

we got crabs


 It’s nearing the end of our journey. One of the many great things about Newfoundlanders is their generosity. Not only do they invite you into their homes, or sheds, or driveways, many give you something in return. We’ve managed to disrupt the daily routines of many on this trip and ...

fogo island


 We pulled in late last night onto Fogo Island. Friends of friends of Mark’s live at the far end of the island in a town named Tilting. One quick call to Cathy and Joe and we are invited over. We hit the scene close to 10:30pm. We ask Cathy ...

another perfect day


 We heard the sounds of the icebergs breaking all night long. We decided to get an early start to the day for a change. Loading video, working on the blog, facebook, twitter etc. takes a long time. That of course would be fine if Rogers coverage wasn’t non-existent outside St ...

ice, ice, baby


We drove into the night and arrived at Dildo Run Provincial Park (yes we covered every joke). A few hot showers and some drinking by the campfire we went to bed refreshed. In the morning, we drove the last few kilometres to Twillingate, the drive in was unbelievable. Every vision ...

weather or not

It was a dark, stormy night… literally. We woke up on the beach but the rain had begun. Yesterday was not great photowise and today the weather could limit our shooting. We drove around an area called New-Wes Valley which is a collection of small villages located a few miles ...

i'm not eating the beets


 We went in search of a lighthouse and a man who makes small sized handmade Dory boats. We ended up in Glovertown and couldn’t find anything. We attempted to photograph a woman who was selling homeade goodies. After buying some beets and fudge we asked if we could photograph her ...

left turn at eastport


We were bee-lining for Twillingate.  What started out as a quick turn off for gas just past Terra Nova National Park turned into a day and a half adventure.

We landed smach dap in the middle of the Beaches Accordion Festival in Salvage.  They had 4 different ‘stages’.  The ...

tails and tales


 We’ve only got a couple of minutes with some wireless internet so we’ll be quick.  We arrived in Savage in the hopes of a quick photo. A day later we are still here, but heading out shortly to find a lighthouse keeper in Badgers Quay. Come back to read ...