I was approached by the awesome rental studio Isis Studio to plan a shoot that would showcase their new studio space. I've always loved the idea of a highly trained but horrible spy, so I decided to shoot a series of moments highlighting how bad this spy really is. To see the whole series, definitely visit the site at:
I was commissioned by Sportsnet Magazine to head down to Montreal and photograph one of the most badass people I've ever met, Gabriel Filippi. He has climbed some of the highest peaks in the world (including Everest, Kilimanjaro, and McKinley - amongst others) and his story in this issue is a must read.
"During 18 years of scaling the highest peaks int he world, Gabriel Filippi cheated death countless times. Then he found himself on a mountain targeted by the Taliban."
Every year, when I make the trek back to Ottawa for the holidays, my family goes on a walk through the bush. Since I was born, I've been on this trail in one way or another; whether it's been in a backpack or on foot myself, I've always been exploring it.
This is my Uncle Blair and his first ever car (an awesome blue pontiac Firebird).
I got a chance to visit some family out in Edmonton while I was out there for work. Before it was put away for winter, he gave me a quick drive in this awesome ride. I couldn't help but snap a few photos before we headed back for supper.