Home Invasion: Heidi

The Home Invasion series of photo sets is something I came up with as a creative exercise for myself. Normally when shooting someone, there is a great deal of pre-discussion, pre-planning, and shot selection. This is fantastic, and how most photography should probably be done. But I wanted to try something different. I wanted to show up in people’s homes … Read More

Newborn Baby Camille

One of the proudest moments of someones life certainly must be when they bring a new person into the world. I can say with certainty that as a photographer, being hired by someone to capture the earliest moments of their child’s life is not only a special assignment, but a privilege. Recently I was hired by two close friends of … Read More

In Studio with Hilary Riley – Session Two

Had the chance to do another studio session with my friend Hilary Riley a couple of days ago. A little quicker than last time but we got some really fun, and as you can see, pretty racy shots captured. We went on periscope for this session and all the images were captured without the use of strobe lights, and at … Read More

Sony, Nikon and Canon at CES 2016

There has been a lot of backlash in the Sony community that our beloved camera manufacturer didn’t choose to make more of a splash at CES than they did, similar to the cards Nikon played by introducing the D5 and D500 SLR’s to the market. And while users of the A99/A77/A58 (despite rumours that they may not even bother) continue … Read More

Tara – One of my last Canon Sessions

In the fall of 2015, I converted over to a Sony body, the A7R II. I was fortunate enough to have a friend’s to test first, he had a Metabones IV and I was instantly hooked. The dynamic range afforded by the Sony is a revelation, and I’ve not looked back since. I’ve gone on to shoot with mixture of … Read More

In Studio with Hilary Riley

Hilary is someone that I’ve known for a very long time. And to be quite honest, I don’t remember how the conversation about working together in the studio even came up. I knew in the past that she had expressed a desire to have photos done, and I think during a conversation I remembered this and asked her if she … Read More

My Favourite Photos of 2015

Two thousand and fifteen was a year of major change for me. I moved on from a career in the nightlife and bar industry to pursue my passion full time. Not that my camera ever failed to be an important part of my existence, but it was time I took my work more seriously and made moves to share more … Read More

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. … Read More

Joyeux Noel – Family Christmas 2015

Over the years and as we age, the Holiday season becomes something entirely different in meaning. I’m proud to say that a couple of years ago my family made the commitment to keep the gift giving part of the holidays for the children only. Truthfully, the joy of Christmas is the excitement generated amongst our next generation. But for the … Read More

True Hamiltonian Contest Winners!

Alright folks! As promised I did the draw last night for the five winners of the True Hamiltonian T-shirt giveaway. I can’t thank all of you enough for the tremendous amount of support you gave during this contest. Sharing my posts and my content drives traffic to my website which helps my career along in the best way possible. It … Read More