My Favorite Images of 2015

This past year was a pretty good year for me. I graduated from college and got my first real job as a reporter and photographer, which is awesome, and I got to meet some really cool people along the way. The pictures above represent my favorite moments and images of 2015. Some of them were chosen because they’re visually striking (the girl in front of the fire) or because of the stories behind them (Frankie Harrison) or a combination of both. They’re arranged in no particular order besides the Read more […]

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Acadia Portrait Project- Kaileigh, Len, Adam, Phyllis and Gloria

I’ve kind of fallen behind on updating this project. These are the photos from the past four weeks of the project. I’m really fond of how this project has turned out so far. I’ve met some really cool people and heard some pretty awesome stories. Phyllis and Gloria, for example, have both been living in Acadia for 50 years and they have been curling for the last 35. They love the community and they pour their heart and soul into it. Phyllis and her husband Ed have both served as presidents of Read more […]

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Acadia Portrait Project- Keith

This is Keith. He is the president of the Acadia Community Association and a fabricator and father. Keith has been living in Acadia for almost 16 years and he says that while it is a beautiful community, he would like to see the 50-year-old road system in the community updated. In addition to his work as a fabricator and father, Keith is also an expert in natural luge, the non-olympic discipline of the sport that sends athletes hurtling down a hill at over 100 km/h which uses tracks that were Read more […]

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Acadia Portrait Project- Frankie

Today I’m starting a long term project featuring the citizens of the south Calgary community of Acadia. The idea is that I will be taking a portrait of one person who lives there per week. This is Frankie. She’s been living in the community for 40 years and has been a member of the community association for 30 of those. She’s pictured here standing in front of the concession stand at the recreation complex. Frankie was the first person to volunteer for the stand and practically ran it singlehandedly Read more […]

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