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Lifestyle, My Work

Jordyn – and his Rocky Journey

Jordyn, is perhaps one of the truest, most loving people I have ever met, and yet… he’s just 14. He has such care and consideration for the world and the people in it – such passion and connection , and as I’ve recently discovered – a wicked sense of humour! After 14 years as a boy with Autism and an often uncontrollable body, Jordyn (with the help of his absolute rock star advocates – aka his lovely parents!), has recently found his outward voice, and  ...

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Families, Kids, Lifestyle, My Work

Christmas Mini Session – Now Booking!

I can hardly believe that we’re already talking about Christmas – but here we are! We’ve built a stunning set for this year’s mini sessions, and there are limited spaces available. The 2017 Christmas Mini Sessions will take place at my home studio on October 28, 2017. (A second date will be added if the first date fills). Spots are limited so book early! Your session includes: 20 minute session 5 high resolution digital images with print release Up to 5 people.  ...

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Lifestyle, My Work

The Gentleman Clothier

I was lucky enough to crash the media call for The Gentleman Clothier (which opens tomorrow) at Theatre Orangeville. I love photographing live theatre! Just love it! Here’s a few from the other day. Shout out to the talented designers who gave this Norm Foster piece it’s impressive look. (Full disclaimer, my very brilliant wife designed the set!) The show plays until April 9 and tickets are available on through Theatre Orangeville.

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Commercial, Lifestyle, My Work

#buildlikeaGIRL

It’s International Women’s Day. I am very fortunate to be surrounded with magnificent women in all areas of my life. These women are skilled, intelligent, beautiful, empowered and powerful. They are forces to be reckoned with and are constantly pushing the boundaries of social norms, expectations, and success. With this in mind, I’m thrilled to share with you an exciting project I’m working on (the title inspired by the very talented Lisa Lahue):Theatre Orangeville  ...

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