We shot this series for issue IV of Agapornis Magazine, where companion animals & contemporary culture meet. This issue featured previously unreleased works by William Wegman and others including Jeremy Barniaud, Lou Bailly, Aurelie Garnier, Cait Bourgault, Silvia Conde and so many more.
Visited the island of Kauai with Zach Rose and found mostly dogs.
We found an abandoned hunting dog, visited the Kauai Humane Society, brought a dog with us on some hikes, photographed a few other dogs and cats at the Humane Society, found three dogs in a cage under a dead wild boar in the back of a red truck, met a guy named TJ, dodged chickens, smelled flowers, hiked for hours, drove down most of the roads and pet most of the dogs.
Shot on 120 film with a Mamiya 645.
Adventures with strangers who possess both a dog (or dogs) and a van. Shot on 35mm and 120 film.
Bless this dress, from a road trip through in 2015.
Usually accompanied by my bb Momo, and usually travelling in a VW Bus, exploring and sharing my adventures through Instagram is a way we love to connect with you.
A study of both change and uniformity. Momo's intense border collie gaze sneaks its way through the camera and into our hearts. An ongoing project I've been shooting since February 11, 2016.
Follow along daily here @momosface
In 2013, Boma Africa, a non-profit tour company based in Arusha, brought me to explore the sights of Tanzania. We climbed Kilimanjaro, met the Maasai tribespeople, and drove alongside wild animals in the Serengeti and other parks.
Partnered up with some good friends, we started a festival in Sudbury called Up Here and it's amazing.
Murals, books, and events, We Live Up Here breathes life through art into my hometown Sudbury's downtown core. I played a role in starting it up, designing & painting murals, branding & marketing, and directing things along the way.
Hired on occasion to shoot architectural & interior photography.
Shot on 35mm or Mamiya 645, but never both.