Portrait of Investor Frank Mersch at Delta Bow Valley.
Panhandler 59-year-old Jim sits at a street corner in downtown Calgary an afternoon with a small box in front of him. He said he is mentally ill and that his medicines do not help him. He has been out on the street panhandling for the last two months.
Fruffle white shirt with pants from Holt Renfrew worn by Mag Models Vanessa.
Hot Pink with flipping shirt from Holt Renfrew worn by Mag Models Vanessa.
Photographs of people and their faces during the great street parade during the carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
The Wedding of Janine and Jeremiah was photographed on their farm near Little Fort, BC, with an afternoon ceremony. The light was very beautiful, but was going very fast behind the mountain, creating a short span to photograph the main photographs.
The majority of the photographs was taken out in a back-lit field and down by the North Thompson River.
Portrait of Mr. Haruhito Takeda, Vice-Chairman and President of Fujitsu (China) Co., Ltd. after he participated in ‘The Asia Challenge” panel at the Global Business Forum at The Fairmont Banff Springs hotel, Banff, Alberta.
Calgary, AB -Fashion shoot of model Christine Korol in Tom. Campbell Hill Park in NE Calgary, during sunset. Makeup and hair by Carolyn Gallyer.
Las Palmas, GC – The rock formation named The Monk seen with a tree in front of it during a foggy top on Gran Canaria while hiking to Roque Nublo.
The famous, old, dead and abused Burmis (Pine) tree standing along Highway 3 by Burmis near Crowsnest Pass in SW Alberta during an early morning visit.
Model: Canon EOS-1DS
Lens (mm): 15
South Cariboo Wedding at Watch Lake
This is a wedding I photographed this summer in the interior of BC, just north east of 70 Mile House. The wedding was with Chelsea Bumby and Tyler Quirion and the ceremony was held at Watch Lake Lodge Guest Ranch in South Cariboo.
Rain was in the forecast and I scouted several areas to photograph the couple and their family. The Family was photographed underneath a party tent that attendees was sheltered during the ceremony. The bride and groom was photographed by nearby cabins, in a hayloft, and on the dock where they where married.
The wedding was photographed with both natural light and flash set-up remotely and out of the way.
I loved the rustic feel of this location, and it was a perfect location to hold a wedding and to photograph a wedding.
Chelsea and Tyler were great to work with and I wish them the best for the future.
More Gallery Photographs from the wedding.