Assignment – Vancouver Magazine – Richard Harmon and William B. Davis

In recently had the pleasure of photographing Richard Harmon and William B. Davis for the September issue of Vancouver Magazine, they are both currently in the Vancouver produced show Continuum, Richard has previously been in shows like Bates Motel and The Killing. William is probably most famous for his role as The Cigarette Smoking Man in X-Files, he also has over 120 credits on IMDB, impressive!

If you in Vancouver don’t forget to pick up a copy.

Here are the tearsheets and at the bottom you can find the originals.

Btw, shooting took about 8 minutes with these busy gents:)

Vancouver Magazine, Richard Harmon & William B. Davis © Jens Kristian Balle

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

Vancouver Magazine, Richard Harmon & William B. Davis © Jens Kristian Balle

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

Here is the original:

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

And another one I liked from the shoot.

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

Richard Harmon & William B. Davis for Vancouver Magazine, © Jens Kristian Balle // Photographer

Lastly, thanks to Jenny Reed from VanMag for the shoot:)

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