• Kittens at the SPCA

    I volunteer my photography with the local SPCA when I can, as I feel like the more exposure these animals get the better, and they are more likely to wind up in forever homes. Let's face it, I'm kind of a crazy cat guy.

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  • Random Exhibition: #rainwalk

    What do you do when you get caught in the rain during your evening walk? You create a random art exhibit on Instagram of course! All images shot on the iPhone 6 and edited in Adobe Lightroom Mobile.

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  • Home Invasion: Heidi

    I met Heidi at an intersection in downtown Hamilton Ontario about a decade ago. She didn’t know it then, but we would eventually become good friends many years later. She herself an aspiring photographer (with a very keen eye I might say), Heidi was one of the first persons I thought of when it comes to the Home Invasion series of photo sets.

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  • Review: The Apple iPad Pro

    Apple has a lame horse in their stable. For years now sales of iPad’s have been an underperforming weak spot in a portfolio of otherwise indescribably popular products. As extremely portable laptops continued to get cheaper and more ubiquitous, sales of tablets began to dwindle as consumers no longer felt the need to have a device purely dedicated to consumption. Why have an iPad to catch up on the news in bed when your laptop weighs less than three pounds and can also do all that other neat stuff?

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  • On stage at the Tivoli with Eric Johnston

    Shooting in abandoned or run-down spaces, as you know, is one of my favourite things to do. However shooting in abandoned places of incredible historical significance, that are on the verge of having life breathed back into them is a rare and special occasion I was recently able to take advantage of with my good friend Eric Johnston.

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  • Tutorial

    Getting the Shot: Studio Shooting with a Single Light

    Moving to proper studio style strobe lighting from available or hot lights is one of the first major hurdles a photographer will cross when transitioning to photography as a career or even just taking your hobby to the next level. However lighting setups do not have to be overly complex, and beautiful photographs, if carefully planned, can be taken with just one light source.

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Social Media interview on 93.3 CFMU

A couple of weeks ago I had the good fortune of being asked to join Robyn Edgar, who is the […]

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Random Exhibition: #rainwalk

So last night I went for my evening walk and I essentially got caught in the rain. That is when […]

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Volunteering at the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA

Late last year, I reached out to the HBSPCA with an offer to help them create better media and content […]

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The Home Invasion Series

The Home Invasion Series

A project I started as a forced exercise in creativity visiting peoples homes sight unseen and using only available light.