I had been watching the lobster fishing dispute for some time. There was plenty of content being shared online by Mi’kmaw people as well as some in support of the commercial fishermen. This allowed me to get a real sense of what was going on. My first assignment came in when the West Pubnico lobster
For the second time in 80 days, I’ve gotten a cover photo on the Globe & Mail! On Saturday, I was assigned to cover the Lobster Fishing Dispute for Reuters in Southern Nova Scotia after a building went up in flames in West Pubnico. On Sunday, I reverted back to taking landscapes until I observed
This morning I received a Sony 400mm 2.8 from Sony Canada and decided I would head out and test it out. With all the scarecrows in the city of Charlottetown, I figured it would make for some great photos!
Life inside the Atlantic bubble has been pretty good. Outside some spurts of COVID19 activity which is usually controlled, we’ve been pretty lax & lucky down here. As Greg Mercer wrote for The Globe & Mail, “the East Coast is healthy and thriving under some of the country’s toughest health rules. Here’s how they did
Yesterday was nothing short of a massive day. I had the pleasure of covering the opening of the PEI School system for Reuters. A huge thank you goes out to the parents who let me cover their morning. As of today, some of the photos were used in some amazing ways. My great friends at
Not too often does the maritimes make it into the New York times, let alone their landing page photo. But after schools reopened on Prince Edward Island, they selected one of my photos taken for Reuters, as a landing page photo on their front page! In addition to this, they have since also utilized another