Candie Tanaka at Converge event, Richmond, BC
Elee Kraljii Gardiner, Adrienne Gruber and a unknown woman at Converge
Poet Shazia Ramji at Converge
Raoul Fernandes at Converge/https://raoulfernandes.com/
Richmond artist Yue Baoyu
Frederick Popowich at his show Collisions now on at Place Des Arts (Jan/Feb. 2016)
Frederick Popowich speaking with a tiny visitor to the gallery after her ballet class
Trafficking in Barbies at a flea market.
Sapperton Landing, New Westminster, BC
reflections in Steveston, B.C.
blue heron at Reifel
Reifel Bird Sanctuary, Westham Island, Ladner, BC
chilly Stanley Park
Fern on Salt Spring
93 years young
Randy on Salt Spring
Keith Picot’s version of selfie
Keith Picot Selfie 2
Koh Tah Kiev, Cambodia (an island off Sihanoukville)
Indonesian door in Santa Fe
View in Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand
Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand
Elephant sanctuary in Northern Thailand
Old girl or boy. Died in 2016.
Beautiful little girl selling scarves in Cambodia (a.k.a. child labour).
Monks walking in front of Presidential Palace in Phnom Penh.
Ruckle Park morning
Arroyo at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico
Kitchen Mesa, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico
Blue Pedernal, New Mexico, Ghost Ranch
Big Island quiet beach
Mayne Island, Japanese Garden
I’ve been taking photos for quite some time now. Better to leave off the number!
My family gave me a Pentax ME Super when I graduated from Simon Fraser University and I went on to use that camera as a community newspaper reporter and in professional communications positions. Being decent at photography has been incredibly useful as an adjunct to my writing.
Mostly however, my photography gives me the pleasure of exploring and observing and as my way to get exclusively into the moment, to be present in the world especially via nature.
Reflections. Abstract patterns. People. Playing with the light. Everyday is a good day when my camera is in hand and I commune with spirit through the lens.
Between October 2008 and November 2011, I lived on Salt Spring Island, BC, and experienced the unique weekly event of selling my photographs in the form of photo cards and 8x10 and 11x14 matted prints at the Salt Spring Saturday Market in the park.
Selling at the market was a wonderful experience. I met tourists travelling from close-to-home and from around the globe. I enjoyed talking to every single person who took a look at my photos, and especially enjoyed hearing what appealed to them and why, and about the sometimes circuitous routes they took to end up on Salt Spring. It was a pleasure.