Scenes that made me stop and shoot.
I had a wonderful opportunity to photograph Biologists and technicians in the field as they set up towers and downloaded data for Bird Studies Canada. This was photographed at the McGill Bird Observatory, which is is the principal research station of the Migration Research Foundation. This assignment took me from Rimouski to Kingston and many places in between.
I was photographing in Eskasoni, Cape Breton for a publishing company. These are the two stars of the shoot, both of the Eskasoni Mi’Kmaq Nation. We photographed in their home, lunch was provided and at the end I was presented with an Eagle feather, a great honour.
When going on location I always arrive early. I scout the location, get comfortable, and in this case due to flying I want to ensure that my gear arrives with me, which it didn’t. Good thing I arrived early. Always thinking. This is personal work shot at Inverness beach and White Point, Cape Breton.