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"A Whisper In The Dark"As my summer progresses, some of my favourite captures have surprised me.  I’m seeing some of the most beautiful “big and bold” landscapes Canada has to offer but it’s some of the tiniest details of nature which have completely captivated me.Here’s one from this morning, photographed at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  I saw the sun’s rays shining through the tiniest of holes in this leaf and couldn’t resist.

"A Whisper In The Dark"

As my summer progresses, some of my favourite captures have surprised me.  I’m seeing some of the most beautiful “big and bold” landscapes Canada has to offer but it’s some of the tiniest details of nature which have completely captivated me.

Here’s one from this morning, photographed at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  I saw the sun’s rays shining through the tiniest of holes in this leaf and couldn’t resist.

Very honoured to be asked to be one of the initial featured artists on August, a new platform designed with the beautiful goal of connecting artists with people that love art (which I would guess is all of you). Lots has been said, lately, about how Facebook has changed over the past year by increasingly limiting your (as a person who “likes” a page such as this) access to the images, the art that we share. There’s also been lots of talk about the hope people have that something will come along to better connect artists ( such as photographers, musicians, filmmakers, writers, and designers) with the public. In my mind, August may very well fill this gap by allowing me to share my work in a whole new way. I encourage you to sign up for the beta version, yourself, at: http://agst.co/ and join their Facebook page at August Corporation

Very honoured to be asked to be one of the initial featured artists on August, a new platform designed with the beautiful goal of connecting artists with people that love art (which I would guess is all of you).

Lots has been said, lately, about how Facebook has changed over the past year by increasingly limiting your (as a person who “likes” a page such as this) access to the images, the art that we share. There’s also been lots of talk about the hope people have that something will come along to better connect artists ( such as photographers, musicians, filmmakers, writers, and designers) with the public. In my mind, August may very well fill this gap by allowing me to share my work in a whole new way.

I encourage you to sign up for the beta version, yourself, at: http://agst.co/ and join their Facebook page at August Corporation

"Country Roads"  This week I had the pleasure of doing a photoshoot with Juno Award-nominee and folk goddess, Dayna Manning, in Drumheller, Alberta. Dayna was also one of my subjects (previously in the day) for the Drumheller stop of my Creative Portraiture + Compositing workshop…and she stuck around into the evening to have some more shooting fun. I’m going to say this, and I mean it: buy this woman’s music. She surprised our group with a small performance during the workshop and it gave me chills: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/dayna-manning/id19116373 . She’s also a part of the amazing folk trio Trent Severn Second, Dayna, thanks. Serious pics to come. But your smile was too great in this one for me to pass on.
"Country Roads"

  This week I had the pleasure of doing a photoshoot with Juno Award-nominee and folk goddess, Dayna Manning, in Drumheller, Alberta. Dayna was also one of my subjects (previously in the day) for the Drumheller stop of my Creative Portraiture + Compositing workshop…and she stuck around into the evening to have some more shooting fun.

I’m going to say this, and I mean it: buy this woman’s music. She surprised our group with a small performance during the workshop and it gave me chills: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/dayna-manning/id19116373 . She’s also a part of the amazing folk trio Trent Severn

Second, Dayna, thanks. Serious pics to come. But your smile was too great in this one for me to pass on.
"Those Summer Nights"Just finished up a heck of an amazing experience, photographing the wedding of Irene and Ray.  It’s always added pressure when you get asked to photograph the wedding of a fellow photographer (see Homestead Photo by Irene McDermott), but this couple is so easy going I had nothing but 12 hours of laughs (mixed in with a nasty sunburn).This was the finale of the night, and something that I’m pretty proud of.Congrats Irene and Ray - and thanks for the Alberta hospitality!

"Those Summer Nights"

Just finished up a heck of an amazing experience, photographing the wedding of Irene and Ray.  It’s always added pressure when you get asked to photograph the wedding of a fellow photographer (see Homestead Photo by Irene McDermott), but this couple is so easy going I had nothing but 12 hours of laughs (mixed in with a nasty sunburn).

This was the finale of the night, and something that I’m pretty proud of.

Congrats Irene and Ray - and thanks for the Alberta hospitality!