After a long hike down into the canyon and along/through the river, I reached these falls just as the late morning light began to illuminate the canyon walls in the background. Along with the peak fall colors that were on display, I knew that I was in luck and that there were likely not many other days in the year when this scene would look as good as it did in this very moment. I quickly set about finding a composition, and after fine-tuning my exposure and clicking the shutter, I immediately knew that I had captured one of my favorite images of the trip.Read More
I will be exhibiting at the Toronto Art Crawl Christmas Market on Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 11am to 7pm to show my work and will also have some prints, calendars, and a book for sale.
There will be live music, interactive activities, food, and some amazing art on show from 94 other very talented local artists, so it’s a going to be big show! There’s also a cash bar, in case you needed more enticing!
It promises to be a fantastic event and is a great opportunity to meet the artists behind the work!Read More
Our country has been through a lot in its long history, yet the majestic lands that existed before the nation, as we know it, was born continue to stand tall and strong. The natural landscapes of Canada are a powerful reminder of the conflict between our physical impermanence in the world and the lasting legacy that will be left behind as a result of our actions. Thanks to the protection of the National Parks system they will continue to exist unchanged beyond all of our lifetimes so that our children, and their children, will be able to stand in front of them and reflect on where they came from and where they are going. This is something all Canadians should be proud of. We are all stewards of the land and society that we live in, something I think that the majority of Canadians realize and appreciate.Read More
I had been set up and waiting for the sunset over at Two Jack Lake nearby, chasing that elusive alpenglow on Mount Rundle. However, the light just wasn't happening that evening and there was barely a cloud in the sky. I was driving home to grab some long overdue dinner when the sky just exploded. The light lasted just a few minutes and it was amazing to watch the transition of colours into the blue hour. Lesson learned: dinner can always wait!Read More
So I've decided to start a website and blog. If you've followed me on Instagram, you'll have a good idea of how I write.
I plan to use this platform to talk about anything and everything related to my photography, from the stories behind the images to trip reports and the lessons I've learned from being out in the field. More importantly I hope to use my stories and images to raise awareness of issues that are important to me.Read More