Vigar: Fantasia Taiwan 2010 Photos

People often boast that they’ve attended, or thrown, the party of the year. Only every weekend. But Fantasia 2010 will long be remembered of this status, with the after party unarguably winning best after party of all time. The LOOP pulled out no stops for their 10th anniversary bash. Taking over the Forumosa Fun Coast Waterpark and setting up 3 stages for local and international artists proved an interesting concept and an even wilder party. With Fat Joe, DJ Craze, DJ Dan, Treasure Fingers, Hed Kandi, Playboy DJ Kay Jay and her playmate Essex twin models, and scores of local talent providing the music, along with umpteen watersides, attractions, local talent, fireworks, and more to see and do in between, the LOOP made memories happen in Taiwan. These are the photos in case your memories are a little vague.

About the Author

Under the luminous and radiant spotlight casted by Steven Vigar’s lens is where everyone who is anyone in Taiwan is trying desperately to be. Currently based out of Taipei, photographer Steven Vigar hails from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where he studied photography at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. He’s since worked as photo editor for The Nugget and is a regular contributor for the Firstlight Associated Photographers. Since his relocation to Asia, he has taken Taiwan by storm and the name Steven Vigar has unarguably become Taiwan’s most illustrious name in photography. Vigar’s most recent work can frequently be found in the Taipei Times, Adbusters, JPG, Taiwan Photographers and Waakao, where he won best photographer in 2009. Though he paved his road to fame by specializing in documentary, travel, and portraiture, his work extends to freelance publications and more recently his event photography has redefined a fresh more contemporary and experimental style and resulted in his being branded as Taiwan’s most sought after event photographer. Vigar’s unique eye has become a staple at urban parties, events, nightclubs, galleries, concerts, festivals, high fashion photo shoots, and beyond. Check out Steven Vigar

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