Thinking Differently

Thinking Differently For some time now I’ve been struggling with my own posts on social media. Asking myself, what motivates me to post what I post and how are these posts being received. I enjoy the interactions with all my friends on these platforms, but social media is not about interactions with friends, it’s about […]

Tips for Night Photography

Tips for Night Photography It can be tricky taking photographs at night. Photography is all about chasing light. At night time our opportunities are limited by the very nature of the darkness. However, together with the challenges come terrific creative opportunities. With tonight’s Illuminate Yaletown, there is even a photographic competition. I’ll be out helping […]

First Coffee of the Day

First Coffee of the Day Heading north to try a little steelhead fishing in the Bulkley Valley. I spend the first night near Barkerville. I’m reminded just how special being in nature can be. I test out a Mr Heater – Big Buddy as the morning frost is a little chilly! #campinbc Facebook Twitter Google-plus […]

Shelley & Jessica

Shelley & Jessica The love is palpable – what a wedding! Three hundred of us lucky souls have gathered at the Pipe Shop at Lonsdale Quay to witness this beautiful event. Such a feeling of joy fills this gorgeous venue. I am moved to tears as vows are exchanged. I’m not the official photographer, just […]

Who is this really?

Who is this really? I meet clients to discuss their expectations and explain what they can expect during and after an actual shoot.  At this initial meeting I’m starting to   get to know them.  How do they want to be photographed? Do they have a ‘look’ in mind? What is driving their desire to […]

A Different Kind of Pipeline Failure

A Different Kind of Pipeline Failure Picture this. A glorious summer day, Marie and I are walking out on a jetty – a pipeline actually – that stretches four kilometres into the ocean. Clouds make gorgeous skittered patterns across an immense blue sky.  The sun has not been up long and the muted colours are […]

Resilience

Resilience Brad Marsden calls – I’d met him a few weeks back when he presented a gut-wrenching and powerful workshop about residential schools. Not something I was particularly excited about attending, I knew it would be difficult to hear, but I decided it was something I wanted to do. The workshop was being put on by […]

Rufous Hummingbirds – Smithers BC

Rufous Humming Birds in Smithers BC   My good friends Gladys and Shawn have an amazing ‘back yard’, near Smithers. Some of you may recall the standing bear image I captured earlier this summer. A few weeks later, I enjoyed filming these wonderful little Rufous Hummigbirds, in slow-motion, with my new RED Raven. Shortly after […]

Simon Sees Vancouver Island – Victoria to Tofino

Facebook Twitter Google-plus Linkedin Instagram https://youtu.be/mGeBB1cszvo My adventure begins in Vancouver – taking the ferry across to Victoria is always such a great way to start any journey.  From Victoria I take a leisurely drive to Beaver Lake Resort.  This beautiful little place is so well run.  I even made a video in the bathroom, I was so impressed!  I […]

The week that Julie and Malcolm came to visit.

The Week that Julie and Malcolm Came to Visit A really lovely visit with my cousin Julie and her husband Malcolm.  I ramble on a bit in this video, and still managed to forget to mention Heritage Railway Parkin Squamish.  Let me know if it’s too long, or if you’d like me to change it up. […]