Well, I'm glad moving day is over. I'm surrounded by boxes and quickly generating a list of amenities that I forgot to consider, such as cutlery trays that fit the drawers here, toilet paper, and food. Bob is sticking close to me, I can't find my reading glasses, so...read more
"Maybe you have artist’s block. Maybe you’re burned out. Or maybe you’re just sick of dealing with the grind. But whatever it is, your energy and will to go on are depleted, and the joy you first felt has been completely sucked out. No matter how much we enjoy our...read more
I think I've heard two tunes by Kanye West in my life. I don't remember either of them. At 62, I don't think I fit his audience demographic. I'm sure if he puts a concert on, it'll sell out, and his fans will be happy. I think that's great. I don't think he should be...read more
Saturday was the last day (actually one day extra) of a challenge I'd set myself - to come up with an image every day for a month using nothing but my new iPhone 6 and Instagram. Phew - fun and challenging at the same time, for these reasons: It was different from...read more
There's been a lot of drama recently around Taylor Swift's contract concerning photography at her concerts. The Montreal Gazette has a pretty succinct explanation of the contributing factors - click here to see them. From what I've seen, most of the concerns focus (so...read more
Back in April, Tiffany Warden invited me to photograph students from her Flying Arts Collective workshop. I set up in her studio space, using a backdrop and a couple of Nikon SB900's with umbrellas. One of the challenges of the shoot was dealing with the placement of...read more
[su_pullquote align="right"]"Landscape painting continues to speak to issues that are still very pertinent to our respective nations: land remains fundamentally about resources, ecology, Indigenous rights, as well as collaboration,‖ says GeorgianaUhlyarik, AGO's...read more
Days till OAS!