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I have always had a burning curiosity about things. Everything. And for nearly as long as I can remember I have tried to satisfy this curiosity by making photographs. I love making pictures, especially when I get to explore collaborations. Problem solving with others should be fun and inspiring and should leave the relationship stronger and deeper. It also should produce exciting and relevant work.

My range of subjects and clients is varied. I have worked with large organisations such as Honeywell, Bayer and Enmax and smaller operations, artists and musicians and I continue to enjoy both immensely. I have been published regularly and have been commissioned to shoot more than 35 magazine covers and many editorial pieces.

I love what I do.

I am available for hire and can be contacted by either giving me a call – 403 336 1499 – or go to the contact page.

 


 

My work explores the relationship between acquired synesthesia and recycling culture.

With influences as diverse as Nietzsche and Joni Mitchell, new combinations are manufactured from both mundane and transcendant dialogues.

Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated by the essential unreality of the zeitgeist. What starts out as triumph soon becomes finessed into a tragedy of defeat, leaving only a sense of nihilism and the prospect of a new synthesis.

As intermittent replicas become frozen through frantic and critical practice, the viewer is left with an insight into the limits of our future.

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