This past summer I was sent out on assignment to the Canadian Light Source synchrotron at Innovation Place bordering the U of S campus. In addition to taking some portrait shots of Trinita Barboza, a vet-med student working at the synchrotron on a summer research project, I was given the chance to tour the facility and set up some interior panoramic shots. It Was Very Cool. (You can quote me on that.)
The photos were used with the article “Saskatoon shines light on prostate cancer” by Robin Thrasher, published October 2012 in the Star Phoenix and on the WCVM Today website. The article detailed some of the work that Barboza participated in during her stay at the synchrotron.
It was a neat opportunity to see ‘Science at Work’ – anyone who gets a chance to tour the facility should take full advantage.
More photography at portraitsofsaskatoon.com.