Monthly Archives: July 2009

Danica Patrick and Paul Tracy INDY Car Drivers

This past few days have proven to be quite fun in Edmonton. The city hosted its annual Indy car Race. I was fortunate enough to have had the chance to shoot at portrait of Danica Patrick the fiery female race car driver for Versus. Actually Jamie Coutts from www.originalvideo.ca gave me the gig which was […]

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Mayfair Golf and Country Club Edmonton Alberta

Last week I shot golf photos for the Mayfair Golf and Country Club. I can see how many people would like golf. But I myself am not a golfer. Im just way too impatient to play such a game. But I do enjoy shooting for golf clubs. My first ever commission shooting golf was in […]

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JORDAN

For me photographing a job in a foreign country is a method to refreshes my senses. Although I am working, there is something special when you are experiencing the subtleties of a new culture while working. This experience makes the colors of the world appear as vibrant as they were when I was a child […]

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Washington DC

I love shooting editorial pieces in Washington DC. Whenever I have the chance to shoot in DC I always have a good time. DC claims host to several excellent restaurants, the downtown is designed for foot traffic, and the shopping isn’t too bad either. Here are a few photographs of some of the more iconic […]

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Phase One P30+….

Hey gang. One thing photographers hate is learning a new system. Well today I ended up shooting with the Phase One P30+ on a Mamiya platform. The P30+ is a new camera back I have added to my kit which will pack a little more punch for my clients, but still allowing me to use […]

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