Oh dear – a ‘toot my own horn’ kind of blog post. I apologize in advance. I am so excited to have an über tiny feature in this month’s Photolife issue. Two years ago I traveled to Guatemala with Canmore based organization CAUSE Canada to document their projects in Todos Santos and Comitancillo. Between the […]
Category Archives: Photojournalism
Photography is so much more than just an occupation for me. It’s a challenge of observation. Photography pushes me to think beyond the norm to best document what happens around me. Each day billions of stories happen simultaneously, significant and seemingly insignificant moments. Photography is a tool, not necessarily required, but one mean of preserving […]
Lena’s parents held a henna party at their home just a couple of days before Lena and Michael became husband and wife. The henna night is full of pre-wedding ceremonies and generally spans the entirety of the week – however the couple and their friends had an absolutely delightful time celebrating the upcoming marriage in […]
About two hours before heading to the airport I made a rather interesting decision – I was just going to shoot film. No digital. At all. Best decision I made. Nothing beats wandering the strip with a rather bulky medium format camera. The wonderful thing about Vegas is that there is always guaranteed to be […]
Having been born and raised a Calgarian, I have come to the realization that I am really not all that familiar with the real heart of my city. Earlier this year one of my very good friends from high school and I determined to explore the lesser-known nook and crannies of Calgary and area. So, […]
Coming Soon. Confessions of a wandering homebody. I just returned home from a weeklong road trip to British Columbia and Washington. Good times were had, great people were met, and interesting images were made. In Seattle I whipped out my light leaking 1922 No.1 Pocket Kodak. Here are the results.