‘Vancouver Punk World’

‘Vancouver Punk World’<-2016, 80x80cm This is another of the images I’ll be showing with Mona Youssef Galley, at the Lausanne Art Fair, April 19th-22nd. More info here: http://www.lausanneartfair.com/index.php/en/galleries/item/719-mona-youssef-gallery

‘Tower and Sail’

‘Tower and Sail’-2008, 24″x 24″ More of my whimsical Vancouver, Pacific sea and sky… At this point digital sensors had finally reached the point where; if you stitched enough files together; you could make a big file. I moved in this direction, abandoning film altogether several years before this.

‘Paris Balloons #3’

‘Paris Balloons #3’-2001, 24″x 24″ This mid winter demonstration was shot on film, ‘in camera’ in 2001. It’s part of my Paris Series, shot with large distortable Mylar mirrors. I’ve never shown much of this work, but it seems the right time of year for this one…

‘George’s Forest Dream’

‘George’s Forest Dream’-2017, 40″x40″ My Dog “George” thinks he owns this forest! He carefully sniffs and dispenses his “social media communications” on all his carefully selected spots. He carefully analyses everything through his nose. I’m convinced he’s primarily a nose attached to a brain… Like any dog; if you don’t distract him from his nose, you won’t get his attention. How do dogs dream?…

‘North Atlantic Morning Globe’

‘North Atlantic Morning Globe’-2017, 45″x 45″ This is what happens when you start shooting before morning coffee! Nothing is straight and the colour isn’t right… Being at one… with sea, rocks and sky at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia.

‘Halifax Ramp’

‘Halifax Ramp’-2017, 45″x 45″ is kind of; a dreamy summer comment on the naval heritage of the city. If you’ve ever been to Halifax in the summer… you didn’t see this! But if you know Halifax; it won’t take you long to figure out where it was shot.

‘Peggy’s Lighthouse Study #2’

Peggy’s Lighthouse Study #2-2017, 45″x 45″ It’s been a struggle to find solitude with this formerly, lonely beacon… Although combed by relentless waves of tour buses and RVs in the summer; this structure was a lonely lifesaver for countless mariners and still serves. Many a shaken fisherman made it home to their families, thanks to this beautiful, lonely structure. I don’t know how many…