Monthly Archives: June 2010

Editorial Interiors

Here is an interior feature shot for Paige over at avenue. This was shot this past spring, and I just finally got a copy of it. So I decided to post it. I have a lot of tear sheets I should be posting, and I hope to do more of it in the upcoming week […]

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Rome

If you give a photographer a choice – “Would you like to travel somewhere new? Or return to some place you have already been” most will choose to visit some place new. Not me. Im a creature of habit and because while shooting travel I am never really happy with the results of the first […]

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An olympic gold medal is really heavy

Hey gang, Been a while since I last sent out and email. The thought I would share these images with everyone. You will see two series. One image of 2010 Women’s Hockey Olympic Gold Medalist Meaghan Mikkelson and another of a great model Michelle Brailey. I’ll start off with Meaghan Mikkelson. I photographed this image […]

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Seamless Shooting

A few weeks ago Kevan Morin from moreinmind (the guy who designed this website and Trevor Schneider my brother who is a fine art action figure photographer) dragged their butts out of bed on a Saturday and helped me photograph an random idea. Typical me. I get an idea. Sketch it out and eventually have […]

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Potash Mine in Saskatoon

Just got back from shooting in an underground Potash mine in Saskatchewan. I thought I would do a little post on my Prep before I delve too deep into the experience of working 1.5kms underground in a salty potash mine with sensitive camera gear. For an industrial shoot my prep routine is somewhat different than […]

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