Exploring Albion Falls

Standing, looking over the edge, watching the water fall away in front of you. Ontario is not known for its hills and elevation, that is left to the West Coast. Hamilton in Ontario is an hour (give or take) outside of Downtown Toronto and is actually home to 100 waterfalls, giving great spots to relax, explore […]

Toronto’s New Legacy Workshop

The 2015 Pan Am Games has brought to the City of Toronto,  a new photographic opportunity. No tourist or photographer in Toronto can pass up the highlighted TORONTO sign at Nathan Phillips Square. With bold colours, and perfect framing, I believe that this sign was designed and implemented by a photographer. My photography workshop partner Vincent Croos and […]

Workshops

Would you like to get more out of your camera? Would you like to accompany me on a photography walk, or do you have a question about photography ? I am always happy to help. Fellow travel writer and photographer Vincent Croos, and I run photography workshops in Toronto through Meetup.com. We like to share our passion with […]

A cross Canada road trip !

If you ever have the chance to go on an epic road trip. DO IT!  It is an incredible learning experience. It is a time to learn about yourself and your environment, take some amazing pictures, make some equally amazing memories and most importantly have a blast doing so.  I cannot wait to do again. Canada […]

Capturing Tower Bridge

Here are 5 tips to capture London’s iconic Tower Bridge

Happy Canada Day :)

July 1st 2015 is Canada’s 148th birthday and this is my sixth year celebrating Canada Day, in Canada, and my first with dual citizenship as both English and Canadian. This week I feature six images of what Canada means to me. This blog was meant to be published on July 1st, but at the last-minute, […]