www.phantomphotos.ca

Gary Greenspoon
 
About
Phantom
Photos
What Is A
Phantogram?
View The
Phantogram
of The
Empress Hotel

(Anaglyph
glasses
required.)
Descriptive
Folder
The Making of
The Phantogram
of The
Empress Hotel
Purchase
Information
Technical
Information
Links

About Gary Greenspoon and Phantom Photos

Phantom Photos is a small one person based business. As a photographic artist (with a non photographic full time job) my energies are drawn in many directions, & I shoot mainly personal 3-D imagery that is not for sale. I often spend six months or more creating diorama's (small table-top sets) for a single image. As such my output is small. Currently my Phantogram of The Empress Hotel is my only item for sale.

I worked for over a year with Steve Boddy (co-creator in UK), to create this Phantogram of The Empress Hotel (Victoria B.C. Canada). This is the first aerial photographic Phantogram of a single building in the entire world!

This image is availble for sale in a number of gift stores; and from The Butchart Gardens online Gift Store. Over time I hope to have more images for sale.

Suki
Suki (1987-2004)
a Goddess of Gentleness

View Suki in 3-D
(Anaglyph glasses required)
One image from
3-D presentation:
"Symphonie Visuelle from
the First to the Third Dimension"

Gary Greenspoon AWARDS, PULICATIONS, INSTALLATIONS, SCHOLARSHIP

"Magic Lantern": A candle lit installation exhibiting fourteen 3-D images. Designed & built for Victoria Luminara (2003).
"M Award" for "Victoria's Most Innovative Photographer" (voted by citizens of Victoria) for 3-D Presentation "Symphonie Visuelle from the First to the Third Dimension" (2003)
1st. place and "Honourable Mention", Monday Magazine Community Photo Contest (2001)
Cover photo for Wyckham Porteous's CD "In This World" (1998)
"Special Recognition Award", National Stereoscopic Association / for 3-D presentation: "Tibet, a Poetic Journey Through a Wounded Land" (1997)
1st. place photo contest: "Topside Scenic", University of Victoria scuba club (1997)
Alpine Club of Canada, Western Division, 1st. place photo contest: "Nature Photography" (1994)
Published: "Photo Digest" Magazine (March 1995)
Nova, An Alberta Corporation photo contest: 2nd. place "People". (1984)
Second year scholarship at Sait Polytechnique / Broadcast Communications (1981)