Category Archives: Portraits


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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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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Long John Jamboree!

Click here to follow a link to the Flickr feed with all of the photos from the first day of the first ever Long John Jamboree!  

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Polar One Onesies

Polar One Onesies (Polaronesies) are now available for purchase! I got mine already, and it is comfortable, warm, and did I mention comfortable? See for yourself.

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They’re back! – Government of the NWT 17th Assembly Signing Ceremony

On Monday, October 17, 2011, the 17th Assembly swore in it’s newly (re)elected Member of the Legislative Assembly. The ceremony started with a promise to govern fairly, putting the needs of the people before personal […]

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Onesies for Me, Onesies for You

Polar One may not be a household name at the moment, but when Alex MacKenzie’s onesies start mass producing in the next few weeks, you can be sure that college students, campers, basement dwellers, and […]

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Urban Aurora

I have to thank Pat Kane for sending me the text that got me out of bed the other night. I was half asleep when he told me to look out towards Con Mine. I […]

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Stealing Auroras

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Northern Exposures

It has been a little while since I’ve shot the Aurora. Long time fans might remember my “Purple Pills” shot from Christmas 09, that was my last one. I was very happy to see a […]

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Two Lights and a Music Festival

Frozen Eyes Photographic Society, Pat Kane and I teamed up during Folk on the Rocks 2011 to offer free souvenir photos to festival-goers. I had a couple of lights to work with, and had a […]

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