Some photos I shot for The Globe and Mail about Early Canadian historical enthusiasts who stepped back in time to the annual Black Powder Malahat Marauders Rendezvous at the Victoria Fish and Game Protective Association in Malahat, B.C., on Vancouver Island. The three-day event captures what life was like in the 1800’s when people lived […]
I covered my first Grey Cup for Canadian Press Images using three cameras. I shot Canon and used a 300mm, a 70-200 and a 24-70 lens to capture the action. It was an amazing experience to be part of. It was non stop. It’s in Winnipeg next year, so we’ll see… Cover photo by Geoff Howe.
*** All images are copywrited The Canadian Press Images, Canadian Football League***
Professional sports photography on the amateur and professional levels including football, soccer, hockey, baseball, rugby, rodeo, swimming, cycling etc.
I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing First Nations people during National Aboriginal Day in Victoria, B.C., Canada.
Here is a collection of portraits I’ve taken over the past couple years.
Part of what i do for a living is I shoot anything to do with news on Vancouver Island for Canada’s national newspapers,magazine and wire.
One hundred and fifty armoured members of the Canadian Army Royal 22nd Regiment from Valcartier, Quebec, took part in the Trident Fury 13 military exercises at Albert Head Beach in Metchosin,B.C.
The Star Twirlers Square Dance Club held their annual Christmas dance at the Colwood Community Hall in Colwood, B.C.
Winter Hornet’s Enduro at Western Speedway in Langford,B.C.
Only photos shot with my iphone will appear in this gallery.
I haven’t followed WWE since junior high. I’m old school and when I did follow the then WWF it was wrestlers/entertainers like Jake the Snake Roberts, The Iron Sheik and Junk Yard Dog who put on the show. If you’re really hardcore you’ll remember Stampede Wrestling in its glory days. Anyways, that’s another story. So this really isn’t a photo story but instead, a photo spread I did for a newspaper from one evening of shots that I like to think the WWE is all about.
Marc Nault has been homeless in Calgary’s downtown core for over 15 years. The Ontario native lives among a cardboard box underneath a 9th Ave. overpass he calls “Freedom Street.” Nault like a portion of homeless in Calgary is addicted to crack cocaine. His day begins and ends on a high note. He gets by collecting bottles, pan handling and seeking out anything of calue for his next fix. Her are photos from a day in the life of Marc Nault.
This one is going to take me a bit to put together. Now that I can add sound to my projects it’s abled me to finally put together my stories the way I wanted them to be. Check back soon. I am putting together the sites and sounds of working with the reservists from the 749 Communications Squadron. Lots of footage to go through. Thanks!
It’s been 16 hours since my last meal and my feet are cold. It’s February, the air is crisp and I smell like I’ve been camping. I slept for maybe 20 minutes last night in a wooded area along the Red Deer River. My bed is made of forest and tarp wrapped around four spruce trees. In a two metre by two metre space a fire pit rests and around the pit lays Irish, Frodo and Horace, three homeless men I chose to spend 24 hours with.
The Red Deer Roller Derby Association Red Deer Belladonnas hosted their first annual Canadian Roller Derby Bootcamp on the weekend at Westerner Park. One hundred and fifty skaters from across Canada took part in the bootcamp. Roller derby is a contact sport in which takes place on an oval track. Each game consists of two 30-minute or three 20-minute periods. At the end of each jam, players re-form the pack and continue play.
MMA fight fans of all ages were given a night to remember as the first ever Pure Fighting Championship made its debut in Red Deer, Alberta. Host and former UFC middleweight ground specialist Jason MacDonald has said he’s always wanted to give something back to the fans because they’ve given so much to him.