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So I bought a watercolour abstract painting from a young artist on the weekend. His name is Ferguson and he’s all of six years old. Ferguson likes legos and creating original artwork. He also enjoys meeting the people throughout his … Continue reading
Okay, so I made up the title. This little girl was having such a fantastic time playing in the fountain and running back and forth to her mom. You could really tell how much she loved and respected her mother. … Continue reading
So I made it out to shoot the anti-Trump protest today with a few photographer friends. Unfortunately it was raining, but even so the turnout was great. And it was a peaceful and respectful event, which was nice to see. … Continue reading
I made it out to the World Press Photo exhibition again this year. Twice actually. Today I was with a small group of photographer friends. We stopped at Brookfield Place and checked out the exhibition, my second visit. Part of … Continue reading
I shot this on Queen West a while back. It’s an old, dead tree and all that remains is the trunk, which someone has painted with graffiti. I saw the kid coming and knew he was going to skirt around … Continue reading
I snapped this one a week back. Took a bunch of shots to finally get one or two I liked. I was outside the Ryerson School of Imagine not far from Dundas Square. I also got out yesterday to the … Continue reading
I shot this during my walk down along the waterfront with my buddy Jeff. It was a beautiful day up until that terrible car crash I spoke of a couple of weeks back. This shot was taken perhaps a half … Continue reading