Born and raised in Labrador, I have lived all across Canada. I eventually made my way back to Labrador after completing a Professional Photography Program on Vancouver Island.
I began working as a professional photographer at the end of 2004, and while I no longer work as a full time photographer, I remain a contributing photographer with Getty Images. After moving with my wife to her home province of Ontario, I have a renewed passion for making images during our travels.
In addition, I have been making on-location professional headshots and portraits in my new home city of Kingston, ON, some of which are featured in the People Gallery.
In 2013, two of my images were exhibited at the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario as part of the National Art Centre's “Northern Scene Art Festival”.
As one half of a two-person exhibition, nine images spent 2013-2015 on display in various museums and galleries in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Another pair of my images circled the globe as part of a group exhibition at universities and Canadian embassies worldwide (curated by Canadian Geographic) titled “Canada's Arctic: Vibrant and Thriving”.
Most recently, some of my work is included in ”SakKijâjuk” (pronounced sak-KEE-eye-ook) 2016-2020, an exhibition featuring Inuit artists. It is travelling across Canada, including stops at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. In addition, another image was included in the April 2018 Indigenous exhibition “Reclamation” at Government House in St. John's, NL.
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