When Hurricane Fiona hit the Atlantic Canada region, I was heading from St. John’s to Port aux Basques to cover the storm for Reuters. As mentioned in previous blog posts, it was our game plan. As the storm progressed, I was being updated by numerous friends as to what was happening on Prince Edward Island…
In February, I was tasked with creating imagery for the Globe & Mail on a story on Jamie & Bob Brennan. Both were avid curlers and were well known across Canada as Jamie had competed in the Brier. The Globe was sending sports reporter Marty Klinkenburg was down to Fredericton, New Brunswick. I had previously
Good news! My favorite photo from the World Juniors is up for a nomination. I am one of three finalists in the photojournalism category of the Atlantic Journalism Awards! The award winner will be announced on April 20th. As part of my celebrations for winning again (Gold, Silver or Bronze), I’ve decided to go to
On Friday, March 31st, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited New Brunswick where he had a few stops in Moncton and Dieppe. After a crazy busy week, probably my busiest, I woke up Friday morning and immediately went over to Moncton where the first announcement was taking place at Oulton College Dental School. I was
During the height of the pandemic, Islander Ann Thrulow created her own cookbook on cabbage called, “My PEI Cabbage Cookbook”. Local Island restaurants, which are usually busy dishing out coleslaw especially with fish & chips, didn’t have the demand for the popular addon so she took action to give the cabbage industry a boost. In
Last night I drove up to the Credit Union Place in Summerside, Prince Edward Island to take in the Yukon vs Newfoundland & Labrador game in Canada games action. Gavin McKenna of team Yukon (in black) has earned the exceptional player status and at age 15 that is quite an honour.
Today was the first day of the 2023 Canada Winter Games on Prince Edward Island. There sure have been a lot more vehicles in the downtown core near my office over the last few days as many Canadians flock to the Island to watch the national tournament. For someone like me, the Canada Games combines
Last week, Mitch Cormier of CBC Island Morning interviewed me on photographing the World Juniors. I’ve wanted to do a behind the scenes post and I figured, maybe if I wrote out our interview it might suffice. I will also expand on some of his questions. Do you get to watch the whole game? You