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My Work, OSPCA

This week’s edition of adorable!

I admit I’m a little behind in sharing with you the lovely furry souls I’ve met at while photographing animals at the Orangeville SPCA. It’s been a month now, and I’m loving it! We are very fortunate to have such an amazing shelter here in town. I can’t believe how very fast animals come though. More often than not, anyone I see this week will have found a home by next week! It’s truly wonderful. Below are some of the critters I met last week. The first  ...

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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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My Work, OSPCA

Need a new friend?

I’ve realized I may not have told you, but I’m now volunteering my photography at the Orangeville branch of the SPCA. So many cats (amongst other animals) come through the doors at the Orangeville SPCA. I actually was shocked to find out what high turn over there is. I’m so pleased to know so many of these lovely felines find their homes through this incredible organization. Today I’m featuring Skuttle (the handsome white fella in the feature image above), who is  ...

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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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