Following the tradition of my top pictures of the year, here is the 21 photos from 2021. I will make note, some of these are editorial and some are landscape. This years post is rather delayed as I was not sure if I should post it before the end happens. Any editorial photographs are un-edited
Peggys Cove lighthouse features one of the most iconic lighthouses of the Maritimes, therefore as someone who loves lighthouses it is with little doubt I would love frequenting the small fishing community. When I launched my jigsaw puzzles, I was asked numerous times on why I would select Prospect Harbour over Peggy’s Cove. At the
The Journey I was in Grand Falls, New Brunswick getting ready to chase a lightning storm when I had an email exchange about covering the Sipekne’katik First Nations launching their own fishery for Reuters. I had 36 hours to make it from the far Western Maritimes to one of the Southern tips of the Maritimes.
I won gold at the Atlantic Journalism Awards! I also received 2 silver awards for a total of 3 awards out of a possible 6 in total! This is my first time receiving a reward as I don’t usually participate in submissions for awards. To provide some context, I was nominated 3 times for the
My home province of Prince Edward Island set up a display for the Nova Scotia shootings 1-year memorial. The province also did something similar last year however I was unable to attend due to being in 14-day isolation since I was covering the massacre for Reuters. Anyone returning to PEI had to self-isolate for 14
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
This day was to consist of me heading out onto the water with an indigenous lobster fishing boat. The day before I spoke with a couple of fishermen about the possibility of going out. I arrived at the harbor where I was invited out by a couple of people from another boat. Having gone out
The first thing you hear is sirens. Is it the fire department? Ambulance? Police? You are a bit drowsy since you are waking up in the middle of the night. It is the fire department driving by with their sirens on. You hear one, two, three go by. At this point, I was kinda awake.
I spent the first night in Saulnierville, waking up every hour on the hour to make sure I didn’t miss anything. A lot of the content of the late-night protests were coming from amateur video and I wanted to make sure I captured it, if it was to happen. It was now Sunday. At this