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It may look like a polar bear that got a little lost and wandered too far south - but...
This is how I collected the photographs for my book A View to Take Home.
“Support living artists, the dead ones don’t need it.” My inspiration comes from traveling all over the world: I...
The Lady in Red is one of the photographs I took on my first trip to Paris after opening my fine art studio in Canada. Contrary to what most people believe, the photograph I took away from that precious experience is not posed, or edited afterwards. Read more
It may look like a polar bear that got a little lost and wandered too far south – but these photographs are of a very rare Spirit Bear: the rare “blonde” black bear of Canada’s West Coast. Read more
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
This is how I collected the photographs for my book A View to Take Home. Read more
I’ve had a few close encounters with wolves in the wild – and a lot of people have asked me about my encounters with these special creatures. Here’s the story. Read more
Once a very untouchable country, Colombia today is more open to international travelers than it has ever been. The soaring peaks of the Andes and the motley ecology of the lowlands contributes to the indefinable nature of this ever-evolving nation. You will be able to swim in the Caribbean,... Read more
The historic McDougall Memorial United Church is located a short drive west from Calgary. In summer, I love to enjoy these country roads on my motorcycle and avoid the busy highway on my way to Canmore, Banff or beyond. Read more
“Higher than Empire State” probably has been one of the more expensive photographs to make so far. Some of the key ingredients: return airfare to New York, good weather, a sense of adventure, and a helicopter. Read more
“Alone in New York” turned out to be one of the most popular photographs in my fine art photograpy gallery. I’ve visited this amazing city several times, traveling solo. In this post I want to share some of my travel tips to help you prepare for your visit to... Read more
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