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I started my professional career in 2001, after graduating from the Alberta College of Art + Design with a BFA in Photography. Creating photography for both personal and editorial clients, throughout North America, as well as lifestyle orientated images for Stocksy United. Images which have been used by various international companies such as Elle, Facebook, Glamour, Penguin Books and Pinterest. I have worked as an Artist in Residence with the Saskatchewan Arts Board and community arts educator and coordinator with the MacKenzie Art Gallery and Common Weal Community Arts.

I teach darkroom, pin-hole and digital photography through various communities, and volunteer for BlackFlash Magazine. In collaboration with The Storefront, we run Shoptalk, a local networking event for modern entrepreneurs and creatives.

Personally: my beach bum family, travelling, my little tin cabin, a good cold brew coffee, California, the Die Hard series, and Robert Redfords 70s hair-do make me really happy.

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About

I started my professional career in 2001, after graduating from the Alberta College of Art + Design with a BFA in Photography. Creating photography for both personal and editorial clients, throughout North America, as well as lifestyle orientated images for Stocksy United. Images which have been used by various international companies such as Elle, Facebook, Glamour, Penguin Books and Pinterest. I have worked as an Artist in Residence with the Saskatchewan Arts Board and community arts educator and coordinator with the MacKenzie Art Gallery and Common Weal Community Arts.

I teach darkroom, pin-hole and digital photography through various communities, and volunteer for BlackFlash Magazine. In collaboration with The Storefront, we run Shoptalk, a local networking event for modern entrepreneurs and creatives.

Personally: my beach bum family, travelling, my little tin cabin, a good cold brew coffee, California, the Die Hard series, and Robert Redfords 70s hair-do make me really happy.

Clients

BROWN COMMUNICATIONS

CAA MAGAZINE

CANADIAN ART MAGAZINE

CBC

CITY OF SASKATOON

CO-OP

COTTAGE LIFE MAGAZINE

CREATIVE FIRE

 DUNLOP ART GALLERY

ENROUTE MAGAZINE

FASHION MAGAZINE

GLOBE AND MAIL

GLOBE THEATRE

GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN

HERSCHEL SUPPLY

MACLEAN’S

MACKENZIE ART GALLERY

NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA

PHOENIX GROUP

REMAI MODERN/ ROB MAGAZINE

ROCKPORT PUBLISHERS

SASKTEL

TOURISM SASKATCHEWAN

TOURISM SASKATOON

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

WESTERN LIVING

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About.

I started my professional career in 2001, after graduating from the Alberta College of Art + Design with a BFA in Photography. Creating photography for both personal and editorial clients, throughout North America, as well as lifestyle orientated images for Stocksy United. Images which have been used by various international companies such as Elle, Facebook, Glamour, Penguin Books and Pinterest. I have worked as an Artist in Residence with the Saskatchewan Arts Board and community arts educator and coordinator with the MacKenzie Art Gallery and Common Weal Community Arts.

I teach darkroom, pin-hole and digital photography through various communities, and volunteer for BlackFlash Magazine. In collaboration with The Storefront, we run Shoptalk, a local networking event for modern entrepreneurs and creatives.

Personally: my beach bum family, travelling, my little tin cabin, a good cold brew coffee, California, the Die Hard series, and Robert Redfords 70s hair-do make me really happy.