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Promoting Your Business – Powerful Imagery Matters

  Showcase.  That’s probably the one word that best describes what strong commercial and promotional imagery can do for your business.  Explain to people your business, even in the most intricate of detail and they’ll get a pretty good idea about what you do.  Show them however, with the benefit of powerful photographs and you have solidified to your[...]

Client - DentalCorp for Grasslands Dental Care

I've worked with the great people from Grasslands on a couple of other occasions, and is such the case here, it was time to capture some new faces on the team and also provide a bit of a refresh in a couple different areas.  To see more of my work, go to my portfolios here

Kamloops and Sun Peaks - A Photographer's Paradise

When I was a child growing up in Merritt, my outlook on Kamloops and the surrounding area was that of a hot, almost barren landscape; in its' defence that was based solely on driving into Mac Park for soccer games on the weekend, cramming down Big Macs and whipping back home.  Having had the privilege of living here for the last 16 years now I know that's en[...]

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 [...]

The Making of 'Roadshow'

Ranking right up there with executing a shoot is putting together a vision in my creative mind that includes a solid theme, a great subject or subject matter, time of day, location and intangibles.  When all those elements come together to solidify the concept it's like getting a shot of adrenaline!  Executing that vision is, of course fun too but also chall[...]

Tip: Stronger Composition for Stronger Images

When someone presents an image to you, and the first thing that happens is your breath catches and you find yourself making sounds reminiscent of when you were a toddler,  you can bet the photographer has created something that is strong and emotive.  There are many aspects of a particular image that allow you to have that emotional response, one of them is [...]

Urban photography - Endless Possibilities

The definition of an urban sprawl is: A multifaceted concept centered on the expansion of auto-oriented, low-density development.  The word that I’d like to focus on is expansion, and how that can be transferred to urban photography.  There are countless photographic opportunities for those in both rural and urban centers to explore; we simply need to open o[...]

Long Exposures for Better Impact

Having been either a full-time pro or serious amateur for the last 20 years or so, I've been down more than a few roads when it comes to content and creative expression.  I know there's still a ton I want to do, but I've become particularly fond of the long exposure.  Why?  Well, frankly I get bored quite easily with traditional photography methods, unless o[...]