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Stella Artois

March 2014

Blue Collar Headshots

December 2013
  • Sleepy Santa

    Photograph

    December 2013

    After a busy breakfast with Santa, the big man himself needed to recoup with a power nap.

  • M.S. Kenora

    Photograph

    March 2013

    I took this in Kenora while on the CreComm travel assignment with friends as an option for the advertisement portion.

  • Selkirk Ice Jam Flooding

    Photo Journalism

    April 2014

    / CJOB.com Article

    I covered the 2014 flood conditions in Selkirk with CJOB's Keith McCullough. This picture caught planks of ice floating north in the Red River at sunrise.

  • Nala

    Photograph

    October 2013

    Quickly snapped a picture of my cat with a shallow depth of field.

  • Waywayseecappo First Nation Flooding

    Photo Journalism

    April 2014

    / CJOB.com Article

    I covered the 2014 flood conditions in Birtle and Waywayseecappo First Nation with CJOB's Sean Leslie. This picture shows a crew walking across a failing embankment. Water has accumulated to a depth of 100' and flags mark where the berm has weakened because of the massive pressure.

  • Halloween Stoop

    Photograph

    October 2010

    My front steps lit up for trick or treaters. Taken with a very old camera.

  • Hear No Evil

    Photograph

    October 2014

    Halloween yard haunt tombstone extreme close-up.

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