Monthly Archives: January 2010

City Hall Commission

Civic Politics In the past year or so I have had the good fortune to have been given semi regular commission for the City of Edmonton to photograph the protocol items for the council sessions. Its an enjoyable job, but leaves little room for error as you have mere seconds to expose, frame and capture […]

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Shooting in Italy

Here is the typical day of a travel photographer shooting in Italy… specifically in Verona and ROME. 10 am – wake up head down stairs for espresso and fruit breakfast. 11am stroll along the streets and snap a few warm up pics… they are all amazing, not because your a good photographer, but because its […]

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a night in Kansas City

Its 1245 am, and I should be sleeping… the thing is I just felt like working on pictures. Im not sure why, but I tend to work better on my images later in the evening. So I decided to take a little break from capture one and post an old image that I have been […]

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Panoramic of the Pyramids.

Ok, here is something I have been working since 07. Panoramics. I started shooting them when I lived in Paris, and over time I just kind of kept shooting them when I had the chance. Infact if you pick up the January issue of Avenue magazine you will see a panoramic of a bathroom interior […]

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10 frames…. thats it!

This image is more about the story than it is about the pic…. so strap in, Were shooting in Calgary for Shoppers Drug Mary on a Saturday (in December), and at 3pm I get a call from the Stollery asking if I can shoot a family portrait of the Moreau family the following day at […]

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