I'm usually photographing the wedding; not a guest. Here's my 1st family wedding, where I get to do both. My niece Rachael found this really cool guy with a good heart . . . and he's been part … [Read more...] about Rachael and Dustin are married!
Clients become friends. . . . . friends you can ask for help. Here's some photos from my friend Aaron's headshot session. When my partner Denise had a job interview approaching with RIM, she … [Read more...] about Clients and Friends
Denise, Kayla and I spent 2 days scoping out cool grafitti, browsing Chinatown, hanging out and people watching. Aside from being my partner and daughter, Denise and Kayla are always willing to help … [Read more...] about Weekend in Toronto
Traditional portraits just aren't the right thing for my family. Here's some mother and son bonding with Debbie and Michael. This is as normal as they get and I love them for it. Debbie in … [Read more...] about Family Portraits
Rob Provencher, a photographer I admire and the co-founder of No BS Photo Success wrote those words, and they really struck a chord with me. This has been a powerful theme in my life over the last … [Read more...] about Fear kills creativity
She describes her 1st day on the job to me as we're driving home. I took my kids aside, sat them down and told them, I want to know everything you'd like to do and learn here. Brilliant!! ...was my … [Read more...] about The new coach
I've been thrilled with the early feedback on this website. Special credit has to go to my friend Laurie Skantzos, the artist who painted the background just for this site. Laurie also finishes … [Read more...] about With friends like this
This is my friend Rene. He's a Kitchener wedding photographer. Rene and I meet regularly to practice together. We delve into the deep, arcane secrets of location photography: - seeing and … [Read more...] about Practice, practice, practice