My phone rang one day, as it tends to sometimes do. A glance at the screen informed me that the caller was in Ontario. That doesn’t happen very often. Turned out it was a photo editor at QMI Agency, and he wanted me to attend a signing at the Royal BC Museum Archives and take [Read more]
To prevent this site from becoming a cobwebsite, I decided to show you a few photos I’ve taken of everyday people doing everyday things around Greater Victoria. These are all taken on assignments for Black Press, and I believe they’ve all been published in their papers.
Way back in September 2012 I was contacted by Postmedia Network, who publish such papers as National Post, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald and Ottawa Citizen among others. They wanted me to go to Government House in Victoria, and take photos of Kim Campbell, former Prime Minister of Canada. She, and a group of other people, would [Read more]
My first magazine cover came about in a rather strange way. I had recently gotten back from Iceland last summer when I got an email from Ragga, an Icelandic journalist and a WAP alumna. She had done an interview with an Icelandic woman, Svanhildur, who lives in Victoria (yes, we all knew each other before), [Read more]
When I first heard that Four Seasons Musical Theatre was going to stage a musical called Honk! I had absolutely no idea what it was. Yeah, sure, it was based on H.C. Andersen‘s tale The Ugly Duckling, but that was about as much as I knew. Then both my son and my wife auditioned for [Read more]