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Exploring Canada by motorcycle
This is how I collected the photographs for my book A View to Take Home.
Tango in Buenos Aires
The tango is so intimate that one gets confused;
My ode to Canada, for cage free humans everywhere
It all began in 2008, I was 26 at the time. Young, green, and very naive. I knew I...
Dreaming Around the World

Imagine… everything is possible when you dream.

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Traveling to Western Canada? Don’t Miss Some Of Alberta’s Most Charming Inns and Hotels
Canada is a very popular tourist country with a great environment, wonderful people and certainly enough room for everyone. If you decide to head west, and spend time exploring Alberta, you’ll find beautiful landscapes and peaceful surroundings everywhere you go! Western Canada inspired my photography career, as well as... Read more
Why I Voluntarily Opted To Spend The Night At The Airport
Have you ever booked a flight early in the morning? I do this all the time. When I get to my destination, I have at least some of the day left to get settled in and explore. And, I get a bonus vacation day added to my trip for... Read more
Why A Healthy Work Life Balance Is Hugely Overrated

A work life balance is important. Even some job ads talk about how the company you’re about to work for will “allow” for a great work / life balance.

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A Year In Review

A Year In Review

Journal January 5, 2018

With a brand new website for 2014 comes a brand new blog. Through here I’ll be keeping you up to date with my latest work.

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Turn Your Passion For Words Into A Freelance Writing Career
An beach in Hawaii. A coffee shop in South America. A city in Europe. The East Coast of Canada. What do these locations have in common? In each of these and in many other remote places, I know of writers who are freelancing with a fair degree of success.... Read more
My favourite old church in Alberta – destroyed by fire
I’m heartbroken to hear about this beautiful place burning down. This past Sunday afternoon I decided to take my motorcycle for the first somewhat longer ride of the season to Canmore, Alberta. Somewhere along highway 1A between Calgary and Canmore was the site of this church, the oldest protestant church in... Read more
A year in review – looking back and forward
The past year has been the traditional rollercoaster for me, but I’m alive and well! My community has been incredibly supportive of the new things I’ve launched, for which I’m beyond grateful. Here’s a quick 2016 summary on how you’ve helped me share my message and work with the... Read more
Why a work-life balance is overrated

A work-life balance is overrated. Life became much more enjoyable when I finally gave up on the illusion of separation between work and life. On most days my vocation feels like a vacation.

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An open letter to Mother Nature
Dear Mother Nature… and a long list of complaints follow. Alleged affairs with Jack Frost in winter, menopausal hot flashes in summer. Especially in Calgary, we’re never happy with what Mother Nature throws at us. Then again we don’t seem to realize that the definition of a Human Being... Read more