So far, I have shied away from doing portrait sessions - the pressure is on to actually produce results. Not quite the same as finding a good angle for heritage architecture - or not! Fortunately, I was given the opportunity to take some photos for City of Kingston Councillor Jim Neill as he is preparing... Continue Reading →
I've been to Montreal many times - a night here, a night there, family visits to the West Island - but until recently I didn't get the opportunity to spend two nights and explore with no kids tagging along. I met with a friend from Europe who had never been before either. Between the two... Continue Reading →
Considering the Twitter response to the preview of the newest addition to my Hip-themed Kingston greeting cards, this is going to be a hit. Prints ordered and getting the assembly line going again. Coming to Red Maple and the Kingston Visitor Centre ASAP! If you're out of town, you may also order them here.
Just a short note today - there is another blog I write for. I have started volunteering for the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries & Historic Sites. Currently, I'm on a quest of visiting one site after another with other volunteers. I also take the photos for the articles I write, usually. Kingston is... Continue Reading →
It has been a busy couple of weeks. Not only is my first ever photo exhibit now on at the Coffeehouse Kingston at Kingston Centre. I have even sold an image within the first week and the greeting cards supporting the show have gained popularity. I have also prepared for a second exhibit at the... Continue Reading →
These are very exciting news I have to share. Starting Tuesday, May 1st my black and white photographs of Kingston, ON will be on display at Kingston Coffeehouse at the Kingston Centre. They will be up for the entire month of May. On Thursday night I got the go ahead - for Tuesday! Good thing... Continue Reading →
...will hopefully bring May flowers. In the meantime, they are bringing precious liquid pearls. In the meantime, I am keeping a close eye on the little green shoots pushing up. And enjoying the smell of wet grass and damp earth.I have also been woken up early by birds singing as I can now leave the... Continue Reading →
We were invited to a visit of our local recycling center (KARC) through the Canadian Association Of Girls In Science (CAGIS) the other day. I am assuming this was organized with Earth Day in mind which took place the day before. It was impressive to see the prolific amounts of garbage being processes as recyclables... Continue Reading →