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Inuvik Igloo Church

The Inuvik Igloo Church has been one of my bucket list things to photograph in the NWT. With this unique angle, I’m happy to give it a big check mark. I shot this photo on […]

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Letting Love Shine

Letting love shine on a day when the rain clouds came right at the end of the service is exactly what Stef and Jay did on their wedding day. They smiled through the light rain […]

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That Loving Look

That loving look, the one where you know two people are meant to be together. When I’m shooting weddings, this is the look I try to capture. There are a few key moments where you’re […]

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Hooping it up at the Aboriginal Sports Circle Awards Dinner

The Aboriginal Sports Circle held their annual awards dinner last night, and brought in a very special treat from the south: Terrance and Jayson Littletent. The brothers performed a traditional hoop dance where they told […]

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Walter Makes Things Special

Walter Girrior has a fantastic sense of humour. This photo of him at Cameron Falls, NWT, has taken on a bit of a legendary status. This is how it all came to be. Almost two […]

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Vegetable Ship Sails at Yellowknife NACC

Just had the immense pleasure of photographing the delightful play The Vegetable Ship, as portrayed by the Kestrel Puppet Players at NACC in Yellowknife. This kid friendly play has a giant repertoire of food puns, […]

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Long John Wedding in Yellowknife

A long john wedding in Yellowknife. Jeremy and Erin got married today at the snowking’s castle, and I was the lucky photographer they asked to take the pictures. A real honour. Getting married in a […]

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Catching Aurora

Last night was a great night for aurora photography. These two photos were taken over a few hours to allow for the star trails to form.

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Northern Trails

I’ve spent a few years playing with long exposures and star trails. The hardest part about shooting them in the North is that when it is dark enough to shoot them, the aurora get in […]

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Making Mountains from Gravel Hills

I was asked to do another Polaronesie shoot, something I’m always happy to do. But this time I was presented with a bit of a challenge. I was asked to make the photos look like […]

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