I'm David Suggitt (the real one) and I created DailyTimelapse in 2007 to market the creative outlet I loved so much: Timelapse Photography. Since then, it's gone a little beyond timelapse.
A Mechanical Engineering Technologist and AutoCAD specialist, I started my journey as an entrepreneur in 1995 with my first technology startup, Suggitt & Stojanovic Software Inc., then Gödel Technologies Canada Ltd. (2001) with partners in Belarus & UK, and now Suggitt Technical Creative IP Inc. (2013).
Since 2007 I've expanded my creative offering to include Hyperlapse (motion timelapse), Stop-Motion, Motion Graphics, and now Light Painting with the Pixelstick system from BitBanger Labs.
Raised in Regina, then 25 years in Vancouver, I'm now enjoying life in Calgary Alberta, creating a collection of urban visuals in Timelapse and Hyperlapse. I commercially license my visuals directly and through Getty Images. My shots have appeared on TV and in Motion Pictures and have enhanced numerous brands and corporate identities.
I am one of the first Hyperlapse pioneers, recently popularized by Instagram and Microsoft Research. One of my earliest commercial successes with Hyperlapse was in 2009 on a behind-the-scenes look at Canada’s second busiest airport. Thirteen videos explore the inner-workings of YVR, and is an expose on the local west-coast native art and sculpture. It was an amazing project and is on permanent display at the international departures lounge at YVR.