Double Exposure Blog

Ukulele Hot Springs!

When I got a call to photograph a weekend ukulele seminar in Harrison Hot Springs, I couldn't wait! I was looking forward to visiting a beautiful location and working with eager students while enjoying their music. On top of that, here was a photography assignment where I could bring my wife along.

My Best Photo Buddy

"I have just have to photograph this!"  said Julien, as we explored the natural beauty we were finding on our walk in the river.

Beatles Statue in Liverpool

Back to the Beatles: My Ticket to Ride

I was an impressionable young teenager when the Beatles rocked the world. For all of my high school years, their music reverberated through my soul.

bearded man in the badlands

Character Development

Last week I attended a photography workshop in Drumheller, Alberta with Dave Brosha and Wayne Simpson called Character.

a child and a llama in the Andes mountains.

Stories from Peru

Having just returned from two weeks of adventure and many stories from Peru, my original thought was to share one photo from each day.

Hobiyee: More than a Celebration

Attending the First Nations celebration of the lunar New year, I saw, heard and felt the profound joy of honouring one's tradition and culture and the freedom in being true to one's spirit.

arbutus tree in sunset

A Dozen Photos from 2016

I've taken on the personal challenge of reviewing my photos from 2016 with a critical eye and selecting a dozen that represent my most satisfying work.

photographer tells of his journey

A Photographer’s Journey

My good friend Chris Harris enjoyed the evening of a lifetime recently when he and his partner Rita launched the last of 13 self-published books about the Cariboo Chilcotin, in BC's central interior.

Developing Creative Vision

What a privilege to work with Chris Harris and ten photographers for a whole week of photography in a remote location! The week ended on a high as our students described personal breakthroughs in their creative vision and asked to do it all again!

Mt. Baker, time exposure, with stars and moon light

All Night with a Meteor Shower

The Perseid meteor shower provided the live action on a perfectly clear, summer night that kept me happily photographing until dawn.

spider web abstract

Lost and Found

With my macro lens attached to the camera, I walked to the edge of the campsite and sat in the brush. And got lost. And that's when I found so much more than expected.

aboriginal woman in Fort St. James

Stories of British Columbia

After three weeks exploring northern British Columbia, what sticks in my mind is not so much the beauty in the landscape, although it was abundant, but the beauty in the people.