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Site updates, new print shop, newsletter and more!

You might notice some changes around here… The past few months have been full of behind-the-scenes website work, logo updates, and administrative maintenance across my portfolio, print shop, and licensing archives. My blog design has been updated too, to improve readability and more prominently feature my photos. Announcing my new online fine art print catalogue … Continue reading Site updates, new print shop, newsletter and more!

A Legacy of Smoke and Fire

This was not the scene I had been looking forward to photographing during my first visit to Glacier National Park, while on a road-trip ranging from the deserts of Arizona, up the coast of California, and inland through incredible terrain to reach these dramatic mountains; I had been anticipating lush green forest and beautiful valleys … Continue reading A Legacy of Smoke and Fire

Thoughts on the shifting landscape of time…

“Antipathy toward time clouds personal and collective thinking.” – Marcia Bjornerud⁠⁠⁠⁠Morning light and blowing snow across the rolling landscape of Southern Alberta, February 2020⁠⁠⁠⁠One year ago we were settling into a new, strange routine. I had already been working from home, and we already enjoyed the occasional convenience of delivered groceries. But now there were … Continue reading Thoughts on the shifting landscape of time…

Frozen Bubbles

You know those exquisite wintertime close-up photos of ice crystals forming on bubbles as they freeze? These are not those. You are looking at the messy, interesting results of an attempt at such photos though.⁠⁠⁠⁠Despite being plenty cold, it has been too breezy outside for bubbles. I thought the sheltered and well-lit space of my … Continue reading Frozen Bubbles

Winter Light Celebration

As winter settles in, the sun is slipping lower and lower across the sky. During the winter solstice here in Winnipeg, Manitoba the sun barely clears the treetops. Such low-angled rays of light are magical, and to celebrate the season I’ve gathered some winter light photography snapshots from recent years… I find that winter light … Continue reading Winter Light Celebration

Summer reflection, Whirlpool Lake, Manitoba

Summer Reflections | Riding Mountain National Park, Canada

“After everything that’s happened, how can the world still be so beautiful? Because it is.” ― Margaret Atwood Blue summer skies and fluffy white clouds mirrored in the water of Whirlpool Lake at Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. The dazzling colours of summer are fleeting in Canada, and in this scene there are vivid blues and … Continue reading Summer Reflections | Riding Mountain National Park, Canada


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