Fisgard Lighthouse

July 29, 2017  •  2 Comments
One of the things I miss about working as a full-time commercial photographer is the access to people, places, and things that 'regular' people with cameras don't get. I've had my share of backstage passes for concerts, VIP passes for events, helicopter rides in remote places to photograph mining camps and industrial locations, flying with military...
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Return of the F100 - Part ll

June 02, 2017  •  1 Comment
Earlier this year I purchased a 'new to me' Nikon F100 film camera. It's the same model of camera that I used when I was working in photography in the '90's in Winnipeg. You can read more about that here. Anyway, I've had a chance to run a few rolls through the camera, and I gotta say... I LOVE IT! Of all the cameras that I owned, the F100 was my...
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A Growing Family

May 13, 2017  •  2 Comments
I recently had the privilege to make some photos for my cousin, Mel. She asked me if I could do some maternity portraits of her with her second baby, and of course I said, "sure!". It has been an honour to photograph both of Mel's pregnancies, and to watch the little human that first appeared in a fuzzy ultrasound photo grow to become an active, en...
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The Return of the F100

April 20, 2017  •  2 Comments
Back around 1998~99 I bought a camera. It was my 3rd Nikon, and it quickly became my favourite camera to work with. At the time, I was working as a pro photographer and the trusty F100 saw many adventures; press conferences, trade shows, corporate events, and maybe a wedding or two. I put a lot of film through the beast, but the days of film photog...
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Holding Fast to History

October 15, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Farming may not be the first thing people think of when they think of Vancouver Island, but there is actually a rich heritage of farming here. Some of the oldest farms date back to the early 1800's. Some are still in regular production, and some are under utilized, but they are still important to the people that were raised on the land. I recently...
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