Twitter: #behindthescenes – Can you tell that I’m in my hap…

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4 Tips for Hanging Artwork in Your Home

Finding art and photography you love happens naturally. You may be keeping a close eye on the artwork on sale or one of your favourite artists, knowing you’ll eventually find one that will fit perfectly in your collection. You could also be stopped in your tracks one...

“The goal of life is to find your gift, the purpose is to give it away” – Pablo Picasso

  Gifts come in all shapes and sizes, they can be tangible or conceptual. Artwork is an extension of one’s personality. Artwork speaks to the viewer unlike any other commodity we purchase. When someone looks at a particular image they are brought back to the...

Technical Tips: Light

“The sky is the source of light in Nature and it governs everything” - John Constable  The power of light and all its qualities are immediately evident when looking at photographic artwork. I take careful consideration when deciding the amount of light I allow through...

New Release: Three Fan Tan Alley

Fan Tan Alley, Canada’s narrowest street, is nestled in the heart of Victoria in Canada’s oldest Chinatown. Established in 1858, this area offers visitors history that’s as rich as its modern cuisine. Welcoming immigrants during the gold rush, Fan Tan Alley was...

New Release: Prairie Gold

Mesmerized by the vivid and striking colours, this expansive landscape left me thinking of home. Having grown up in the prairies, the heat and dust of this late-season harvest made my experience uncomfortably comfortable. With its beauty often overlooked, the prairies...

New Release: Arctic Frost

The cold and desolate atmosphere during this wintery day created a blanket of overwhelming serenity. The fresh snow acted as insulation  as I moved through an area I had never been before; I was unsure of the chosen direction but I had a steady sense I was on the...

The Top 3 Tips for Fine Tuning Your Landscape Photography

"The drawing shows me at one glance what might be spread over ten pages in a book" from Russian writer Ivan Turgenev is a quote that resonated with me as I have always been a visual person, and just love how one image can say so many things to a variety of different...

Siwash’d Rocks

When I first saw this location I knew immediately that the tide needed to be out, in order to expose these amazing seaweed covered rocks in the foreground and give the scene some depth. On the day I took this image the tide was still going out when I arrived. Just as...

Fields of Fire

Sometimes its just about the simplicity of things. We tend to over complicate everything in life, but sometimes simpler things are much more enjoyable. It was a warm dry air kind of day and there was a fresh taste of prairie dust in my mouth. I was on a mission this...

Mystic Falls

It was a rainy overcast day, so naturally I am drawn towards waterfalls. This day I was out by Stave Lake off-roading with a buddy looking for waterfalls to shoot. We had found a couple earlier, however, the view and the light wasn’t quite right. It’s so true when...