Ok, so the secret (at least half of it) is out! Remember a few weeks back on my post about the Snowman and how I did the photoshoot in the snow? Well, the person I was photographing was none other than David Suzuki, a very well-known environmental activist and recently named one of the top ten Greatest Canadians by the CBC. The article, which is really a personal profile of Suzuki at home, is out on newsstands this week in the Georgia Straight Living Magazine. I had a blast with this 71-year old sensation. He is indeed one of the most influential environmental activists of our time. And I had the privilege of taking his photo and hanging out with him a bit during the shoot.The article just used one photo, but I also want to share with you some of my favourites: (Image 1) Dr. Suzuki really enjoys kayaking in the summers so I made sure to get a shot with his kayaks just perched above his head. (image 2-left) A candid moment...one of my favourite shots. This is Dr. Suzuki's reaction when I mentioned the infamous 'fig leaf shot'. I was referring to the cover of a TV magazine he posed for a few years ago where he was almost completely nude with only a fig leaf strategically placed in the right area. He laughed when I mentioned it because he said that it's the only topic the 'young photographers' want to talk about! (image 3 - right) And this is the shot they chose for the publication. So by now many of you probably guessed that it's David's daughter, Severn Suzuki, who I photographed for the upcoming issue of Granville Magazine. That mag should be published shortly so stay tuned and I'll have more images from that shoot to share with you too!