Category archives: Portraits

My Favorites of 2016

The end is near for '16.  Some will be saddened and some will be ecstatic to see the calendar change.  For me it was an absolute mixture of every emotion under the sun.  My work (and play) was once again so good to me and it always provides me with vivid memories and smiles as I remember the variety of clients and jobs, the friends I share it with, unimagina[...]

Client: Sagehills Dental Group - Kamloops

I was fortunate enough to work with Sagehills Dental Clinic this week, consisting of Dr. David Ciriani and Dr. Matt Francisco.  The clinic is located at 755 McGill road, suite 201.  Dr. Ciriani also owns the 'Smile Spa' in the same complex, but on the front of the building, facing north.  Sagehills just moved from their downtown locale in October of last yea[...]

Road & Ferry Tripping to Comox, Chilliwack, Coquitlam - Client: Dentalcorp

I've been working with a huge client over the past couple of years, Dentalcorp (Dental Corporation of Canada).  I received a call in December to schedule and shoot three clinics in order to refresh their brand and imagery.  I was especially excited that one of those clinics was the little town of Comox on Vancouver Island.  I'd never been there and am always[...]

The Making of 'Walking with Ghosts' - Client: Sun Peaks Resort

This being the last day of 2015, I was always going to have some solid memories of this shoot while working at the 'Top of the World' at Sun Peaks for Tourism Sun Peaks and Sun Peaks Resort.  The shoot itself was something I had conceptualized and thought about for quite a while.  The Marketing Manager, Christina Antoniak was gracious enough to listen to my [...]

My favourites of 2015

To sum 2015 up in words would be extremely difficult, luckily I get to express my feelings about it with imagery!  My most successful year to date, with some incredible situations, people, clients and subject matter that will forever be remembered.  It's so easy to forget little nuances and emotions until I go back and relive each scenario or short duration [...]

Profiles of Education - Commercial Work in Vancouver

Last week found me in the beautiful city of Vancouver working on a commercial project promoting certain post secondary institutions.  Because I've been down there quite a bit over the last year, I find myself enjoying the big city work environment more and more.  The trend looks to continue as the projects grow and expand and thus the creativity and execu[...]

The making of 'Under a Blood Red Sky'

As a commercial and tourism photographer I'm always looking to stretch the parameters of creativity and impact.  Creating something powerful that has an emotional draw is what keeps me motivated to continue to stay fresh. This particular 'Ballerina Series' shoot with Hailey was born out of my visual concept of pairing this unique landscape (as for most of[...]

Light the Night

On my spare time in between shoots, even after 15 years of being a full time pro, I still have an incredibly strong urge to create what I feel passionate about.  A place in time that doesn't involve time constraints, creative parameters or pressures of any kind.  I love creating images of Ballerinas in different scenarios in and around my home town of Kamloo[...]

The making of 'Moonlight Escape' - From the 'Ballerina Series'

To say this was a fun shoot to execute would be a massive understatement.  There was a time late last winter when I was doing some soul searching, and I thought what better way to do it than to have camera in hand.  So I ventured down to the Overlander bridge area in Kamloops and started taking some dusk and night shots.  I was extremely happy with them and [...]
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