Photography is a way of using the present moment to peer into history and place.
My photography focuses on people and the environment in which they live, work and play. Through graphic design and composition I work to see the extra ordinary in the ordinary.
I am trained in archaeology and photography both of which I combine in the study of British Columbia’s cultural and natural history. I have completed six books illustrating my home province of British Columbia.
My book, ‘The Fraser River’, co-authored with Alan Haig-Brown, won the 1997 BC Book Award.