Category Archives: Illustrations


Standing at Reflection

I was going through my photos the other day and I came across this little gem. I was bored and waiting for the Duke and Duchess to arrive when I saw the reflection of RCMP […]

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The Path Less Travelled

There is a pathway in the City of Yellownife that isn’t included on any of the tourist maps. This is despite it being clearly marked with wooden bridges, and cement markers. Hidden behind the new […]

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If the Shoe Fits

I often read magazines and check out their advertising pages for photo inspirations. This idea stemmed from a men’s fashion magazine, that did an amazing feature on men’s footware. I really wanted to try a […]

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Jeans for Every Occasion

Another fashion assignment for school. This one is meant to feature women’s jeans. The talented and beautiful Mireille Potentier modeled the same pair of jeans with five different looks. After the shoot, I pieced the […]

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Breaking the Mould

This is a composite photo I did as part of a class assignment to demonstrate men’s casual wear. The main model is Matt Janz, and he was the secondary photographer on the shoot as I […]

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Feature Hunting

As part of my internship at the Calgary Sun, I was often asked to make weather feature photos. Here are some of my favourites from over the month. Thursday March 10, 2011, Calgary Alberta.

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Gellin’ like McNally

This photo was inspired by Joe McNally’s Gellin’ photo. This shot almost didn’t happen because of the cold weather, dead batteries, crazies in the alley, and a lighter that was running low on fluid. Many […]

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Movie Ratings

Movie ratings can surprise a lot of people, and these photos are meant as an educational tool for the uninitiated. I bet you didn’t know you could have nudity in a PG movie… Rated G

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Genesta Walz illustrates the high pitch needed to crack a champagne glass with a scream. I originally broke the glass with a hammer and chisel. And by hammer I mean a big piece of rock. […]

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Eyes on the Puck

Katelyne Epp, #7 for the MacEwan Griffons, watches as SAIT Trojan #14 Tia Hanson tries to pass the puck after being hooked by Epp. SAIT lost the game 4-2 on Friday Nov. 5, 2010.

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