Scouting backgrounds for a series of portraits .
If you haven’t heard of Big Lonely Doug, please Google him. Through reading and the Ancient Forest Alliance in British Columbia I discovered and travelled to Port Renfrew to visit Big Lonely Doug. His story is beautiful.
I try to lead a relaxed summer. This summer included canoe time, cycling trips, and hiking.
The historic and first meeting ever of the Vice Regals and the National Chief. Grand Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of First Nations meets with the Governor General of Canada, the Lieutenant Governors of Canada, and the Territorial Commissioners.
From a series of profiles. It was wonderful photographing Bob Aziz and being on the roof of one of the beautiful buildings that Oxford Properties Group owns.
Quotes about democracy selected by the Lt. Gov. of Ontario and presented in cooperation with the Samara Centre for Democracy are on view to the public in the Lt. Governor’s Suite, Toronto.
Part of a portrait series for the National Screen Institute out of Winnipeg with award winning producers and writers. Featured here Tarique Qayumi & Tajana Prka, John Tilley, Ian Bawa, Michelle Ouellet & Nicholas Carmella. Photographed for the 2019 Totally Television training course.
Company profiles with Deloitte in Toronto.
A beautiful weekend of FAT biking just north of Algonquin Park. An opportunity to recharge my mental and creative states.
Russian edition of Barbara Reid’s book Perfect Snow arrived with perfect weather conditions to shoot some promos shots. www.barbarareid.ca
His Honour Henry (Hal) Newton Rowell Jackman, the 25th Lt. Gov. of Ontario, 1991-1997, attends the Lt. Gov's 2019 New Year's Levee in the Lt. Gov's Suite in Queen's Park. Behind him is his official portrait, flanked by portraits of His Honour Lincoln Alexander and Her Honour Hilary Weston.
The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario walks to place a wreath during the Remembrance Day Service in Toronto
Alkan Air with head office in Whitehorse, Yukon, is setting up in Nanaimo to offer charter flights. New hangers and offices to be built in Nanaimo.
Earth Day got off to a beautiful start this past Saturday. Shot at the mouth of the Humber River.
Le Musée national des beaux-art du Québec. From a recent shoot at Le Musée published by Canadian Geographic.
I was pleased to have been asked by the Lieutenant Governor's office to document the first official visit to Ontario of Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada
4 locations and one hour with Steven Murphy, (formerly dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management), the next president and vice-chancellor of UOIT, effective March 1, 2018.