Jessica and Glen

I don’t shoot a large number of weddings each year, I figure my limited advertising has something to do with it, and partly because I know my work isn’t what everyone is looking for.

I shoot differently, I edit differently, sometimes my images aren’t quite typical.

Sometimes a lot of shadows creep in, sometimes highlights get blown out. It’s not always polished, and sometimes it’s a little bit rough and raw. I’m ok with that.

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Alana Yorke

I had the opportunity to attend the launch party for Alana Yorke’s live performance video of “The Weight”.

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Strike a pose

In between weddings, families, and the usual stuff I try to find time to get a bit more creative.

I’ve been fortunate enough to shoot with Fallon a couple times over the past year, and managed to get several images that I really like.

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Matt and Kala – and Dakota

I’m not sure who Matt and Kala had planning the wedding, but they delivered a perfect day.

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Stand up for mental health

I recently had the opportunity to shoot an event hosted by the Colchester branch of the Canadian┬áMental Health Association that focused on men’s mental health.

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The Reader’s Haven

I collect old cameras..I’m up to 15 or so now. Most of them work if I could find the film to keep them loaded.

I had the pleasure of doing a session with a great family from Truro recently that collects books.

Lots of books. (more…)

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Emma and Bradley Again

I had the pleasure to shoot the family again this year, and these guys were awesome again this time!
Bradley and Emma are a couple of great characters when they get in front of the camera, I just let them go and start shooting! (more…)

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Boys and their toys

I’ve always had a love for motorcycles.

I grew up around them, living vicariously thru my brother. I don’t have my own yet, but i’m working on it.. (more…)

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The 2010 Wedding Recap

With 2010 gone and 2011 slowly ticking away the days, I figured it was time to post a few shots from the 2010 wedding season.

While only shooting three weddings this year, they were definitely all unique in their own way. (more…)

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Michael Fahey

I had the privledge to photograph a session with Michael Fahey, He’s been a giving guitar lessons to folks around Truro for over 20 years (and yoga, as well!)

This was sort of the ‘last jam’ with a couple of his students, and it was a great experience to sit back and watch them play together. (more…)

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Bradley and Emma

It started out as one of those days where you’re never quite sure how things will turn out. (more…)

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Christine. Christian. Casual.

Of all the weddings I shot this year, this one stands out.

Christine and Christian are two of the most laid-back folks i’ve met in a long time, and it was a pleasure spending the day with them. (more…)

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A trip to Jail

Like most towns, Truro has it’s share of abandoned buildings. Some have more character than others. The former County jail in downtown Truro is certainly no exception!
After lots of work by Jeff Babineau, thru several phone calls and a few letters he managed to get us a day pass <em>into</em> jail. (more…)

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