Two dancers dance in the desert while silhouetted by the setting sun.
Full moon hike at Stanley Park. Taken completely by moonlight.
Portrait in Stanley Park after sunset.
A stroll through Strathcona with Melissa Dow.
From the series "Murmurations."
A Sunday evening with Samantha.
I built a cloud to put over the nest for my roommates in our penthouse apartment.
Road trip with Lydia, down the west coast to the Deserts of California and Nevada.
Years ago, when same sex marriages were illegal in California, but legal in Canada, Myriam and Tania traveled to Vancouver to take their marriage vows. This was taken in the morning before their wedding, indulging in the quintessential Vancouver meal of sushi.
Portrait of a Gypsy Girl in the parking lot of the Chania harbour in Crete, taken after a wedding assignment in Santorini. This image was used as the cover for the European Edition of Colum McCann's novel "Zoli."
Portrait of the Monteiro Sisters from Brazil.
Self portrait on River Road under the full moon. Shot at iso 2500 for 30 seconds at an aperture somewhere in the middle.
Nephew still sleeping early in the morning in Vietnam. This photograph was runner up for best single image in the Travel Photographer of the Year Competition and was part of a series that won numerous other awards...
I flew to Mexico on a whim after watching a commercial on TV. I met a man in Guanajuato whose face was so beautifully weathered I had to ask him for a portrait.
This photograph was taken on my vacation after being contracted for a wedding in Santorini. I caught a ferry to Crete and stayed in the town of Chania. My walk through the town led me to a man feeding birds and this was taken as one flew up past him.
A portrait of a girl I have met in my travels. We have become good friends over the years. This was taken next to her radiator by window light.
This portrait was taken at one of most beautiful and devastated places that I have been to, the Salton Sea. Singer/songwriter/filmmaker Natasha Duchene is wearing a scarf held together by safety pins. The dim twilight after sunset required a longer exposure of several seconds and results in a fog-like sea and smoky ends of the scarf dress.