I like playing blues guitar, I love taking photos, and I live for my wife and kids. My style reflects who I am at the core, a man who likes classic styles and experimenting with subtle modern techniques. I believe that the best photos are the ones that capture natural moments in a unique and timeless way. To me, every event is a story to be told through clicks of the shutter; it's the emotion in those moments that gives an image that certain universal quality that connects us all.
I also believe in service to others. I've served as a regular force member in the Canadian Armed Forces since 2007, joining as infantry serving in 3rd Battalion - Royal Canadian Regiment, and later becoming an Image Tech (Photojournalist). My work with the military has taken me all around the world, extensively throughout North America, Europe and Asia, where I've photographed Prime Ministers, Presidents, and even our own British Royal family.
Take a second to look at some of my military photography HERE, or by searching the Canadian Army's Flickr and Facebook posts. I also wrote the first ever Canadian Armed Forces photo essay called, "Ex Khaan Quest," about some of my work in Asia, feel free to check it out.
P.S. Here are a few photos of things that bless my life beyond words: my family. ...not to mention my customized Gibson B.B. King signature guitar, "Lucille," as well as my motorcycle "Orwell" (They're family too).