Assignments . Editorial . Prince Edward IslandOn February 9, 2021 by jmweb
Prince Edward Island finally received a good dumping of snow this winter season with a massive snowfall of 35-40cm on February 8th! I captured some imagery from Charlottetown & New Perth of everything from Snowplows to Amish travels. In the middle of it all, I had a great physically distanced chat with an Amish individual.
Assignments . Editorial . Prince Edward IslandOn February 8, 2021 by jmweb
The Conservative government on Prince Edward Island decided to shuffle some cabinet ministers on PEI last week. I covered the event as requested by The Canadian Press.
Assignments . Blog . People . Prince Edward IslandOn December 23, 2020 by jmweb
My hometown paper, The Guardian, selected this cute photo for the cover on today’s paper. Today’s paper also includes some additional photos from the Santa Claus popup photo sessions at the Confederation Court Mall! Be sure to check it out.
Assignments . Blog . Editorial . Landscapes . New Brunswick . Nova Scotia . People . Photos+Stories . Prince Edward IslandOn December 22, 2020 by jmweb
In 2019, I did a 19 photos from 2019 post. So with it being 2020, I figured I would do my 20 memories from 2020. Each photo will come with a complex or brief description of the photo. This list is going to be different than 2019 in the sense that there was only 1
Assignments . LandscapesOn December 12, 2020 by jmweb
I have had a good amount of inquires by individuals asking about viewing my prints online. While I have struggled to display them online in the past, I considered building another website that would showcase a lot of them. Instead of spending the time building a new website, I have re-activated my Etsy account and
Blog . PeopleOn November 22, 2020 by jmweb
The great folks at the Confederation Court Mall have asked us back once again to host their Santa Claus photos. As we are in a pandemic, physical distancing will be super important! This year, we will be utilizing the text messaging application I had built to ensure minimal lines. The concept is simple: Walk into