I’m thrilled to announce the launch of the latest online issue of Bending Light Magazine. I was asked to contribute an article on “Overcoming the Anxiety of Portrait Photography”, as part of their current theme of Angst. It was a very interesting subject for me to explore and realize how far I’ve come since I […]
Before Catherine Jamieson started Utata, she led a much smaller private group that I was a part of called Woman. As you can guess, it was comprised of only female photographers and it provided a private place for “talented women who take their art seriously.” It didn’t last very long but while it did we […]
Taken on Broadway Avenue as I was waiting for the bus. I wanted to try capturing the pigeons in flight, which was hilarious to do with a holga.
Taken with the Canonet Rangefinder, using cross-processed fujichrome Provia.
This week Vancouver has slid back into the winter weather, just as the blossoms were starting to appear on trees around the city. I hope they can survive the unseasonable cold and the snow that was falling overnight. These are two shots I took last year, during a more spectacular spring that convinced me I […]