The iconic Canada Place Sails, first built for Expo 86, needed its 27 fiberglass and Teflon coated sheets replaced. Since I had already been working for the Canada Place Corporation on their Canada Day celebration and other events, they called on me to document the work.
I brought along a 16mm fisheye lens, to go along with my other lenses that ranged from a 17mm to a 200mm telephoto, giving me a very wide collection of focal lengths to be creative with on this technical project.
I felt right at home high up on the scaffolding, shooting the daredevil specialists who shimmied across the cabling to do the install. I particularly loved the various geometric shapes the sails make and finding interesting ways of framing these shapes while also creating a visual language that easily explains the technical side of the project.