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Navigating a Depressive Episode, Spring, 2016

Doing photography, while learning to be in the moment, has been the best medicine for me to cope with my latest depressive episode. From the moment a bit of light and colour caught my eye, I just knew I had to pursue it - This flash of colour triggered a sense of both hope and despair that just spoke to me about investigating further. With a little creative experimentation I was able to depict my many emotions through imagery. I hope that you enjoy this half as much as I enjoyed creating them.

Floral Macro, 2016, Pt. 1

While we are so often told to "Stop and smell the flowers!" how many take the time to take a real close look at the sensual nature of their make up?

The Drama of Waterscapes: Black and White

In an attempt to eliminate further distractions, and isolate the subject itself, I worked at using texture to enhance my vision

The Gambia: My Photovoice Excursion: Part One

The Gambia: People of my neighbourhood - September - November, 2017

Aruba - Its rugged eastern coastline: Part 1 of 4

As a three month photo project, I decided to hike the east coast of Aruba from the California Dunes to Sero Colorado. Hiking each morning in the dark to my starting point each day was the most challenging - Next to washing the salty spray off my lens after most shots! Once set up and prepared for day break light I set out to hike and photograph the untamed shorelines of Aruba's east coast.

Aruba - Its rugged eastern coastline: Part 2 of 4

While taking this time alone to re-energize the soul, I was blessed to have friends join me on occasion to witness the beauty and wonderment of this amazing place.

Aruba - Its rugged eastern coastline: Part 3 of 4

The power and untamed nature of Aruba's eastern coastal area seems to captivate those hiking its intimate shoreline.

Aruba - Its rugged eastern coastline: Part 4 of 4

Having this photo project realized is only the beginning. I have come to appreciate the nature of coastal waters and look forward to ongoing exploration and fun with my camera as I take on Nova Scotia's ruggedness next!

Aruba's West Coast hike, December, 2018 - May, 2019 - Part One

Stepping out of my comfort zone here as a photographer, I have accepted the challenge to follow-up my Aruba;s East Coast hike photo excursion by tackling the west coast - The destination of tourists seeking the sun and sand. I am quite uncomfortable photographing people so I hope to have a combination of Aruba's west coast landscape with people enjoying yet another piece of paradise.

Aruba's West Coast Hike, December, 2018 - May, 2019 - Part Two

As I continue to hike the pristine sands of the west coast I take breaks by heading to the cities of Oranjestad and San Nicolaas. While still on the west coast, Oranjestad is right on the water with San Nicolaas a bit in from the shoreline offering a complete change of pace.

Aruba's West Coast Hike, December, 2018 - May, 2019 - Part Three

From the North West side of the island to the South West of Aruba, Part Three shows the variety of what Aruba has to offer.

Aruba's West Coast Hike, December, 2018 - May, 2019 - Part Four

Finishing up my west coast hike required that I jumped around to various parts of the island to "connect the dots". The following depict a few coastline places that required further hiking through the mangroves to reach the shoreline. However, the final stages, covering the Children's Parade and the Grand Carnaval 65 Aruba Parade was the most incredible way of celebrating an early end to my Decemeber, 2018 - May, 2019 Aruba West Coast Hiking journey.

Laverty Falls and Hopewell Rocks, NS, June, 2018

With an opportunity to travel and hike the Fundy National Park and the Fundy Coast of New Brunswick, I continue to both discover hidden gems and to push my abilities as a photographer attempting to secure images from a different perspective.

Summer Excursions 2018

From Polly's Cove to Rissers Beach to Keji Seaside Adjunct I have enjoyed all that Nova Scotia's coastline has to offer.

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - Autumn Colours, 2018

Taking the time to go off the beaten path is a great way to experience a completely different Cape Breton, Nova Scotia during the Autumn colours. Included here are photographs taken from Tingley's Pool, Cape Clear and Lake O'Law along with some of the extensive hiking trails to the destinations of Egypt Falls, Gypsum Mines Lake and Marble Mountain, North Mountain. However, a trip to Cape Breton would never be complete without a hike in to the stunning Uisge Ban Falls.

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As of May 01, 2018

Sheet Size Image Size Price (+ tax) **Backing & Mat (+ tax) ***Frame
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*8.5” x 11” 8” x 10” $29.00 $24.50 (13” x 15”) $103.25
11” x 17” 10” x 16” $54.70 $33.25 (15” x 20”) $133.00
17” x 22” 16” x 21” $109.40 $43.75 (20” x 25”) $173.25
22” x 34” 20” x 30” $218.75 $78.75 (25” x 30”) $250.00
24” x 36” - Canvas
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