Monthly Archives: July 2012

The light flowed into the window of the 12th floor at the Radisson Hotel in Mississauga. Ruta folded her sari and we waited for the call to head down to her Indian wedding reception. Ruta and Amr were married two days earlier in Ruta’s living room, and today was time for the party. I pinned […]

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On Monday I saw a friend’s facebook status update. Hong Kong was about to endure some severe weather. Rush hour traffic was insane and people were seeking shelter anywhere they could. I thought back to my quick trip to the island before the end of my trip in Asia. The city’s millions of residents were […]

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    I took it with my mac webcam and posted it to facebook on June 20th. The caption: I love my job. I love my job.   And I do.   Sometimes I get caught up in the day-to-day, but when I see photos like the one above or the few below I know […]

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I woke up on the day of Kristina and Adam’s wedding and immediately bee-lined it to the window. The weather today was important and the forecast did not look good. Grey clouds hovered in the sky as I packed my cameras into the car and began my drive to Alliston Ontario. Kristina and Adam’s wedding […]

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I hammered out a 600 word article for the Digital Photography School about travel photography, backpacking and packing light last week. It is something I knew about, something I felt like I could really contribute to the photo community about. After five months backpacking as a photographer across China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and back to Canada […]

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  Leading up to this wedding season I took a big trip. I spent about four months in Asia and a little less than a month traveling across Canada. I have more photographs than I can count, and more memories than I can recall without the help of my journal. I started out in hopes […]

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As I straightened my collared shirt  I smiled about the fact I was wearing denim shorts to a client meeting. I was in Thailand and Andrea was in Norway. We were about to skype chat about her Kitchener Wedding Photography. While traveling these meetings were the only time I dug through my backpack for that […]

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