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IKEA Canada requested a series of photo shoots leading up to the grand opening of their first Winnipeg store. The week prior to their opening event, I spent a few days in the nearly 400,000 square-foot store shooting architectural images. I like to shop, so wandering through IKEA for 3 days without being able to […]

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I just received a delivery of apples from the Okanagan (the largest and most beautiful ambrosias you’ve ever seen), and was reminded that I never posted these images from my last Okanagan photo shoot. I spent two rainy, cool days in Kelowna apple orchards while WorkSafeBC filmed a video on tractor safety. Although it certainly […]

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I’ve been fortunate to work with exceptional people. One of them is Pattie Fair, a Prevention Officer with WorkSafe BC, and more recently, her dog Zak. I worked closely with Pattie on the Mexican Agriculture project, and several WorkSafeBC assignments throughout the Okanagan Valley. Pattie practices what she preaches, and takes a very personal approach […]

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The following article and photograph was published in the latest edition of WorkSafe Magazine, a publication by the Workers Compensation Board of BC. The topic is Cold Stress, so it probably seemed appropriate for the editor to call me in Winnipeg with this assignment. Ironically, at the time I was sitting on a sunny patio […]

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I spent multiple days in Okanagan apple orchards last week, and somehow left without digging my teeth into any fresh fruit. Shocking and somewhat shameful, I know… but my attention was behind the camera for this final round of images with WorkSafe BC’s project on worker safety for Mexican immigrants . Thanks so much to […]

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