‘Peggy’s Bent World’

‘Peggy’s Bent World’-2017, 45″x 90″ My imaginary world… alone with the Lighthouse, at Peggy’s Cove!

‘Peggy’s Cove Harbour World’

‘Peggy’s Cove Harbour World’-2017, 45″x45″ In Peggy’s Cove, how can you choose which way to point your camera? No image, is as good as being there… here’s my glimpse of the harbour.

‘Peggy’s Lighthouse World’

‘Peggy’s Lighthouse World’, 2017-40″x 40″ This is my take on this iconic tourist attraction; Peggy’s Cove, in Nova Scotia. I arrived early to avoid the tourist buses and the Photoshop work I’d have to do, to remove them from my scene. The sky was beautiful so I decided to highlight it, in this piece. More takes on this subject coming soon… I’ve been on…

‘Arctic Chopper Crew’

‘Arctic Chopper Crew’-1987, 11″ x 14.75″ After a long and cold winter on the West Coast; summer has arrived! Now, having spent the last several days sweating in the heat; I’m already reminiscing about cooler temperatures. This shot as taken at -45°C. Just before this, I’d pulled a colour geletin filter out to attach to a lens. The total stillness of the air was…

‘Library Glass Warp’

  ‘Library Glass Warp‘-2011, 20″ x 29.75″ Vancouver’s main library looks like a modern version of the Roman Coliseum. Of course, it’s surrounded by beautiful glass buildings, so I just decided to wrap them around it. The Library is also circular, so I stayed with the circular theme. This was a winter project. As usual; there was no snow… lucky to be living in “Lotus…

‘Downtown Sky’

‘Downtown Sky’-2017, 45″x 90″ Information towers with 50,000 eyes, most not watching. Left, Right, Up or Down, all the same… but different…

‘Calgary Windmill’

‘Calgary Windmill’ ©2002 is another piece from my Mylar Series. This work was about creating a course digital look on film, before digital sensors were capable of producing large prints. Produced entirely in camera with no computer manipulation… in the children’s park on Prince’s Island.