Michael C. Duguay joined New Feeling for a very personal interview about his life and new album. I’m happy to have snapped his photo for the piece.(more…)
Nice to see one of my shots of Michael C. Duguay in the Kingston Whig-Standard today.(more…)
Ange wanted some new shots for a side gig she’s putting together. We visited a nearby park in Barriefield and got some good ones!(more…)
After some pandemic-induced time away from public gatherings, Dead On brought back the Drink & Draw last night. Since the last time I attended one, they’ve rearranged their space and added a homemade halfpipe. Needless to say, my camera was fond. Great to see some new and familiar faces, and snap away while everyone enjoyed the evening.(more…)
Had Friday off from work so I grabbed my camera and took the ferry to Wolfe Island for the day. I intended to shoot all the dilapidated barns I could find, but happened upon so much more as I explored every side road.(more…)
Wonderful show of solidarity from the Kingston community today, supporting anti-racism efforts in Canada, the US, and worldwide. Please make sure you’re donating (if you are able). I supported Black Lives Matter and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association today. If anyone can suggest other groups who need support, please send me a message.(more…)
My friend Mike released a fantastic new EP recently, and I’m proud to have contributed some backing vocals to its opening track Caesura. (Snapped and designed the feature image on this post as well).(more…)
I made a brief visit to the Queen’s campus with my camera to capture a few images of it during a week when it would normally be quite active. I used my shots as part of a photo essay published yesterday in the Queen’s Gazette.
To escape cabin fever, I drove around a couple of times this weekend looking for isolated places to shoot a few photos. Here’s what I came up with.