1. New York City – July 2014

    Finally got around to going through and editing some of the pictures from New York. I’ve never been so overwhelmed in my life; everything was suddenly a picture that I needed to take - straight tourist mode.

    Now that I know what to expect, I cannot wait to go back. What a city!

  2. New York City (Instagram) - July 2014 

    As I comb through photos taken in the DSLR, I wanted to post a few images taken on the iPhone.

    Brooklyn Bridge, MoMA, Freedom Tower, Times Square

    What an amazing city.


  3. Jessina – June 2014

    Shot in the home studio with a new setup - with which I’m very pleased! Jessina was an absolute pleasure to work with and I really dig these final images.

  4. Manly Men, Manly Things: Nopaming Provincial Park – July 2014

    Swimming, tenting, mosquitoes, fires, burgers, mosquitoes, brews, football, cliff jumping, mosquitoes, etc. = a great guys’ weekend in Manitoba.

  5. Doors Open Winnipeg – May 2014

    Getting the opportunity to explore one’s own city is always a blast. This year, I met up with Mike (@93mp) and we explored some rooftops in the Exchange district.

  6. Mom’s Office – May 2014

    After 34 years in this space, my mom is retiring from teaching at the University of Winnipeg. Congrats, mom!

  7. Myron – March 2014

    Taken in the home-studio with Myron, a buddy who needed some new shots done. I’ve been sitting on a number of headshot sessions that I have not gotten around to posting. More to come! 

  8. Kotor, Montenegro – May 2014

    Definitely one of the most breathtaking places I have ever been. So thankful that the University Singers had the chance to perform in this amazing town.

  9. Hungary / Serbia – April 2014

    Images taken in Pécs, Hungary as well as Novisad and Belgrade in Serbia while on tour with the University of Manitoba Singers.

  10. Budapest – April 2014

    As a member of the University of Manitoba Singers, I had the opportunity to travel to Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro performing in various cities over two weeks. I’ll be posting some of my favourite photos from the tour. What an incredible way to finish my degree.