I never really knew as a child what I wanted to be, but I always knew that my calling was further away than my northern hometown. Never one to sit still I was always so curious and found real happiness when I was travelling. I have since travelled and worked in over 80 countries and the draw to find remote and interesting places on earth still consumes me.
On a very important journey through Burma and India in 2002, I travelled with established French artist Vincent Bousserez and Danish photographer Morten Germund. After a few months of seeing light, objects, and people through their eyes I was taught how to harness what I saw and put it on film. I always saw beauty and obscurity but these two men truly set me in a direction that I would never turn away from.
I’ve been featured in numerous galleries and published in many magazines, newspapers and most recently in The Lonely Planet magazine and recognized in an international competition in National Geographic.
I continue to live and also work as a Fine Art and Wedding photographer in Canada with my amazing wife Colleen and my three super cool backpacking kids.