I am a freelance photographer based in North Bay, Ontario. Through my work I create professionally printed photographs that you can frame and hang to enhance your work or home environment.

I grew up in Southern Ontario and spent many summers working, playing, camping, and hiking in the great outdoors. In 2005, I moved to Alberta and discovered the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. It was then that I decided to start capturing the stunning beauty that I was experiencing, so I could share it with others.

I spent many hours and days with camera in hand searching out the natural beauty of the Peter Lougheed and Sheep River Provincial Parks as well as the Ghost River and Fallen Timber Recreation areas. My Jeeps came in handy on many occasions to get to the remote areas.

In 2016, I moved back to Ontario, this time in the more northern area of North Bay. Here, I continued on the path to find and capture the beauty of the rugged Northern Ontario terrain.

My passion for the natural beauty of the wilderness will lead me back out there again soon, in search of the beauty that the natural world has to offer.

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My photography is mostly landscapes, pets, and urban beauty – from the wilds of the Rockies, to the pets and manicured gardens of the urban setting. I am always on the lookout for natural beauty – and have lost count of the number of times I have uttered:  “I wish I had my camera right now!”

Please take some time to have a look at the pictorial offerings on this website.  If any items catch your eye, and you wish to obtain a high quality print of the image, please contact me with the photo details including  the file name as well as your location, and I would be happy to quote on the shipping to your area.

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.”
“Black and white are the colors of photography. They symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is subjected.”