I stopped by my friend Mary’s stomping grounds and shot some portraits of her while practicing yoga for her local business. She showed me some yoga basics and I’ve been trying to get bendier ever since. Check out her FB page here.
Leanne & Andy
I’ve been to quite a few entertaining weddings so far, but this one may have topped the list. Country wedding, live music, and laughing all day (and night) long. Congrats to Leanne and Andy!
Working Class Store
My friends Justin and Ciaran just opened their own clothing/skate shop. It’s a beautiful space with more product coming in weekly. Carrying Levi’s, Converse, Vans, New Balance, RVCA and more. Check them out at 70 Waterloo Street in Moncton , New Brunswick! Look out for a Working Class Clothing lookbook coming soon…
Took a trip to Friars Nose, but more importantly my friends Ciaran McCarthy and Justin Allain are opening a Clothing/Footwear/Leather Goods/Skateboards/Accesories store August 8th, 2015 at 10AM on 70 Waterloo Street in Moncton New Brunswick. Check them out at www.workingclassstore.com
Went out for a drive and took some photos with the great light happening as the sun sets. Lilly is funny.
I had never visited the Cuts. I always heard about it, but somehow had never drove out. Finally made it out today and it’s a cool spot. But I can’t help but wonder how it came to be. My friend Danielle says it’s an old rock quarry that spouted into…
An Unscientific Look @ The Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art Lens: A Poor Man’s (Somewhat Explicit) Review
So this is an extremely unscientific look at the awesome Sigma 24mm 1.4 Art lens. Right off the bat, I’ll tell you it is a great lens. Beautiful, super sharp and fun to use. The only thing that bothers me a little is the harsh vignetting while shooting at 1.4 to…
A spur of the moment photo op with Danielle. Rural New Brunswick is extremely photogenic as the sun goes down in the summer time.
Streets Of Toronto
I walked around a lot during a visit to Toronto. It’s an inspiring place that has a completely different energy than other places I’ve been (in a good way). I kept my camera low and fired off the shutter from my hip whenever I saw people who looked interesting. Some…
A Mirrorless Affair Gone Wrong: A Cautionary Love Story
My Canon and I. We were like two peas in a pod. We met when I was just a young man, knowing nothing about love or how to use a camera. My Canon taught me so much so quickly. We would go out everywhere together and my Canon would teach…