Landscape

The North comes South

Sometimes things just happen right. We were on the west coast of Vancouver Island in a town called Tofino for a weekend with friends. Tofino is renowned for a couple of things; it’s beauty, the weather and it’s waves. Surfers flock there year round, people roll in during summer to enjoy the beaches and explore […]

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2014 Spider Awards

2014 Photography Awards

The 2014 Spider Awards were announced last weekend. Entered in the Professional stream of the Nature and Architecture categories, three of my photographs were nominated to the final round in this highly competitive genre of photography. Time ‘Out(side)’ was also recently awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Px3 awards last month. See here for […]

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Hey There from the Air

Early March I had the opportunity to shoot a great little house for my talented mates of Architecture Architecture. They refer to it as the ‘Hey There House’  If you’d like to read a little more about it, it was featured in a recent newsletter.  Go here and don’t forget to sign up to keep […]

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Fall colours in Vancouver

How lucky have we been this Autumn? Golden light, light winds, colourful leaves – and I found myself atop a roof in Dunbar to see this vista of the city! Not bad eh!

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Urban Inuvik

The urbanity of this Arctic town is spacious, open and utilitarian.  The people who live there, some of the most welcoming I’ve come across. Inuvik is located 200 kms north of the Arctic Circle and 100km from the Arctic Ocean and sit’s along the line where the Boreal Forests give way and the Tundra takes […]

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Heading Northwards

On the way to Inuvik – Northwest Territories for a shoot for KZA. Our flight took us through Dawson City and then Old Crow.  Building supplies in the North either come up the Dempster Highway or the rigid insulation comes via air with the photographer….while there’s a different sort of taxi waiting at the terminal…. […]

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