Monthly Archives: March 2013

“A photograph is both a pseudo-presence and a token of absence. Like a wood fire in a room, photographs – especially those of people, of distant landscapes and faraway cities, of the vanished past – are incitements to reverie. The sense of the unttainable that can be evoked by photographs feeds directly into the erotic […]

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We walked through a foot of snow two weeks before Briar and Simon’s wedding to see where they were planning on having the ceremony – in the thick of the forest at the back of the farm. It was January and no leaves blocked the early afternoon sunlight. I loved the fresh air and I […]

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Suzy and John’s wedding took me the furthest north I’ve ever been – Slave Lake Alberta. On Slave Lake the bugs are thick, the sun shines until 11 or 12 and even then the party is only just getting started. Suzy and John’s wedding is a long time coming to the blog it was shot last […]

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Winter Photography Guelph I was awake early, and the snow sat thick in the branches of my backyard. The sheet of white blanketed the ground, grey clouds hung in the sky just sparse enough to let a little morning light in. I don’t know what it was that motivated me to put my coat on, […]

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