Autumn Gold 2015 photos have finally been posted! You can browse all galleries here, or read up on how to order here. Please visit the instructions page to make sure you’re aware of what can and can’t be done with photos! We’ve also posted a gallery of the best shots on the Autumn Gold Facebook page, so be sure to tag yourself and check it out! Thanks everyone for another great show!
The 2014 Grad photos are done! This year I was privileged to shoot some amazing girls and their beautiful horses. All the new shots can be viewed in the Dress + Horse gallery
Today I went out on a portrait shoot today for upcoming stories in WCVM Today and Vet Topics. And it took place at the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron! I can’t share any details until the article’s published, but here’s a panorama shot of the inside of the synchrotron. You can see the large circular track where they shoot the electrons around using magnets and the blue line in the bottom right is one of the ‘downlines’ that brings light off the main track so it can be used for experiments. Sometimes it amazes me that we build all these high-tech pieces of scientific wizardry, just so that we can see something better with our own human eyes.
I told them they should be angling for a guest appearance on the Big Bang Theory.
UPDATE: This article was published in the Star Phoenix October 15, 2012.
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The Saskatoon Ex was a big deal for us the summer these photos were taken. We lived much closer to Prairieland Park – close enough to get residential parking passes, also close enough to watch the nightly fireworks from our front porch. Since I was working at the racetrack that summer, I had an all-access pass. It was also the year I tried out the Zipper – while I’m always up for the giant slingshot, the Zipper isn’t one I’m eager to repeat.
We still live on the south side of Saskatoon, but we aren’t close enough to see the fireworks any more.
I snapped this photo of three youngsters loafing in their paddock while out at Jill McDonald’s Ilsabrook Farms for the annual Oldenburg inspection. It was a gorgeous sunny day – perfect for shooting bouncy foals all done up in braids.
I love how this session turned out and I’m so excited to share. I was lucky to be asked to photograph Katee’s grad two years ago and this year it was younger sister Haley’s turn. Both girls are gorgeous! It was a cold, rainy day so we headed inside the Delta Bessborough for the photo session. Here are just a few of my favourites.