‘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.

‘Cathedral Grove Portal’

Cathedral Grove Portal
‘Cathedral Grove Portal’-2015, 45″x90″
I love being in the forest but it has a dark side too. This piece mixes the beautiful with the unknown, which for me, are two of the best things about the forest. As long as it’s going well; it’s great.

Cathedral Grove is an Old Growth Forest on Vancouver Island.

‘Western U-Middlesex College’

Western U-Middlesex College

‘Western U-Middlesex College’-2016, 45″x 45″ is a classic “between seasons” at high latitudes statement. Canadians often complain about the weather but we’re lucky to have four distinctive seasons, with very different looks. Some of my friends, in the tropics get “wet or dry”, “cool or hot” and that’s about it. Here in London, Ontario; they know the white stuff is coming and that’s a whole New Stage… like moving up, from a Freshman to a Senior…

‘Willow Creek Coulee’

'Willow Creek Coulee'

‘Willow Creek Coulee’-2016, 40″ x 80″

This part of Alberta is really unique; this is Canada’s “Dinosaur Country”. I feel like I’m in a “Time Warp” when I’m here! Mother Nature is shedding her gown and revealing her deep past in these “Badlands”. Hot and dry or cold and snowy; time stops here…

‘Ocean Beach-Bent Light’

Print #1/3...........36″x72″.......available Print #1/5..........20″x40″.......available Print #4/15.........8.5″x17″.......available

Print #1/3………..36″x72″…….available
Print #1/5……….20″x40″…….available
Print #4/15………8.5″x17″…….available


‘Ocean Beach-Bent Light’ is my playful experiment of the day!
Both natural and not, if you really look at it… but a real January sunset on the south west coast of Vancouver Island, none the less. As a Canadian born and raised in Toronto; this is not the kind of winter I grew up with.
Needless to say; I’m happy to live by the Pacific Ocean now!

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