In 2011, Vancouver will turn 125 years old! Celebrated Canadian photographer, Tim Van Horn will be hard at work photographing the greater Vancouver area in the fall of 2009, again in the winter of 2010 and finally in the spring of 2011 for a total of 125 days. In those 125 days literally thousands of images will be created documenting and depicting a contemporary, modern day Vancouver on the eve of a major celebratory milestone. Portraits of everyday Vancouverites will span all walks of life illustrating to the world that Vancouver truly is class model of cultural diversity and multiculturalism.We are currently looking for interested sponsors for the web site, pavilion and host venues.


5 Responses to “About Vancouver 125”

  1. June 6, 2010 at 6:49 am

    I recognise three of these people. You are doing a wonderful thing by documenting Vancouver this way. GOOD for you and THANKS for the images !!!

  2. 2 Aimee
    July 19, 2010 at 11:04 am

    I would very much like to get a copy of the pix you took of me and my friend July 13th in Choclit Park, Vancouver.
    For my own personal keeps, that’s all.
    I don’t know when or if I’ll see my friend again: Green eyes, green hat, slight beard.

    Fellow wanderer and appreciate what you’re doing. It’s lovely.

  3. 3 Peggy Paterson
    August 6, 2010 at 3:53 am

    Hi Tim,

    I was truly wonderful to run into you again last night at my son Xander’s 4th Birthday at Jericho Beach.
    I am desperate to see the pictures that you were able to capture. I will pay for them Tim.
    My sister in law was supposed to capture it all, but she didn’t even bring her camera.
    I was so busy trying to civilize everyone present, I did not get a chance to capture much.

    Please contact me, and please accept a nice dinner one night, and bring them buddies of yours the dogs…
    Terra is serious about finding them new homes if you need be. I might even consider it myself for at least 1..

    I am right at the corner of 4th and Wallace. Right behind the 3 Cedars.. litterally on the NE corner.. Ground floor.. Even if you wish to leave them for a couple days hours or something. I can leave them with access to get outside Tim..

    I generally leave my door open all day for the cat.. How are the dogs with cats?

    Anyways, please be in contact with me..

    Talk to you soon.. Seriously No strings .. just let me help a bit..


    • 4 Tim Van Horn
      August 17, 2010 at 1:51 am

      hi Peggy please attach email address into email. I can’t sent the photos because i can’t see you email address. thx

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