I shot this local curling club in Calgary, Alta based on an assignment to teach us about sports photography. I have to say that although I am not a fan of the sport itself, the visuals are more enticing than what one may think.
This family photo session was shot in Confederation Park in Calgary, Alta in September of 2016. I love this quirky little family and their personalities weren’t difficult to capture. A big thanks to Jenny Lerstol for trusting me with this project.
Note: This article was first published on the Calgary Journal’s online platform in October of 2016 – Two to tango Albertans agree that arts are important to the province. However – as a result of the economy, as well as demographic and technological changes – there has been a large drop in attendance at live … More Two to tango: performing arts vs Alberta’s economy
These images are what I created after a a series of four classes on portrait photography offered through Mount Royal University’s Continuing Education programming. We received one day to shoot in studio and one day to edit. For this assignment I used Adobe Lightroom for the first time as opposed to Photoshop which I was … More Portrait Session – September 2016
Her smile is infectious. This photograph was taken after Victoria’s makeup application.
These photos were shot to accompany a story based on a “Day in the life” assignment. Brett Schwindt is the owner of Strange World Tattoo in Calgary, Alta.
I was fortunate enough to work with my beautiful friend Cassidy over a year ago. I am so happy to have recovered these images from after her makeup application. To this day I am apologizing to my mom for crushing a few of the flowers in her garden. The things we do for photography right?
I feel like the most beautiful moments are those which are unexpected.