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Prince Edward Island

The smallest province in Canada and borders defined by the ocean, the initials PEI represents what I call close to home. I have always lived here and have watched changes spanning 40 years. Creating images of my most intimate surroundings is the project that I am most emotionally attached to.

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Greenland Grandeur

In partnership with OFFBEAT, I've been to Greenland multiple times spanning 5 years, to photograph one of the most active glaciers responsible for producing 35 billion tonnes of icebergs annually.

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Wild Encounters

Either it is red foxes in my local community, the grizzly bears of Canada's Rainforest or migrating whales in the north, I'll take any opportunity to observe and witness the wild animals of our planet.

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Finding NEOWISE

In July 2020, astrophotography enthusiasts chased comet C/2020 F3 known as NEOWISE all hours of the night while it orbited around the sun and back out of the solar system for another 6,800 years.

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Images of the Night Sky

For those of us who stay around after sunset, the beauty of the blue twilight hours that blends into a clear night sky is pure magic.

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Leaving No Trace

In so many ways, photographers have the responsibility to document and encourage best practices for a sustainable future.

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NCC Islands in Murray Harbour

In total, one hundred foam and plastic buoys were collected and removed that threatens marine wildlife.

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Percival River Nature Reserve

How can one place so important for migratory birds have so many car tires only a year after it was last cleaned up?

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Seen From Above

I love seeing the landscape from above and any chance I have to get in a plane or helicopter with a camera, I'll welcome it. This grand view from above provides a much deeper appreciation and understanding of our surroundings.

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Canada’s Parachute Team

I was offered a chance to photograph Canada’s military parachute demonstration team high above Prince Edward Island.

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Canada's 431 Squadron

Flying with the Canadian Forces Snowbirds was an incredible experience that I now try so desperately hard to share through photographs.

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Coastline Erosion

From crashing storm waves at high tide to the effects of seasonal changes, Prince Edward Island's coastline is always changing. Some reports suggest as much as 12 inches can be lost in a single year.

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