Assignments . Blog . Editorial . Hockey . Photos+Stories . Prince Edward Island . SportsOn June 13, 2022 by jmweb
Saturday night the Shawinigan Cataractes defeated the Charlottetown Islanders in overtime to win the Presidents Cup finals 4-3. For the fans of Charlottetown’s Eastlink Centre, it was the first time the top QMJHL trophy was awarded in the arena. It also represented the end of a great series between two teams which fought extremely hard
Assignments . Blog . Photos+Stories . Prince Edward IslandOn October 15, 2020 by jmweb
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!
Assignments . Editorial . Photos+Stories . Prince Edward IslandOn June 6, 2020 by jmweb
On Friday, June 5th we had a rather large protest on PEI. It was for the #BlackLivesMatter protests and the crowd that gathered was nothing short of …well, huge. It was the largest protest on Prince Edward Island that I have witnessed and it had a tremendous response. It started at the Coles building where
AssignmentsOn March 18, 2020 by jmweb
Today it was announced that PEI will shut down the publicly owned liquor stores. This caused a mass rush for people to head out to the liquor stores. For The Globe & Mail.
Assignments . Blog . Hockey . Prince Edward Island . SportsOn February 28, 2020 by jmweb
Over the past five years, I’ve had lots of opportunities to photograph Charlottetown Islanders goaltender Matthew Welsh for numerous purposes. In his first game in the QMJHL, the 16 year old (at the time), stopped all 20 shots against the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles with a shut out winning 5-0. Very fitting considering tonight he
Photos+StoriesOn January 14, 2020 by jmweb
In 2018, I was assigned to cover the Tall Ships Festival in Charlottetown, PEI. My first trip of the summer weather had me going over to Cape Breton about a week before the tall ships arrived in Charlottetown. What sat fourth was an amazing experience covering the tall ships from multiple maritime cities. This photo
Assignments . Editorial . Prince Edward IslandOn December 27, 2019 by jmweb
Shopping can be difficult for people on the best of days. Add in some sensory triggers and lots of options can lead to a difficult experience. Cailynn Klingbeil from The Globe and Mail writes ‘Sensory-friendly shopping’ offers a low-noise and low-light retail environment for consumers where I was assigned by the Globe and Mail to
People . Prince Edward IslandOn December 7, 2019 by jmweb
We’re back at it today and tomorrow (as well as every Friday, Saturday & Sunday till Christmas) taking Santa Photos at the Confederation Court Mall in Downtown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island!
Assignments . BlogOn December 3, 2019 by jmweb
One of my friends youngest calls the Confederation Court Mall, “John’s mall”. He says it because he loves looking at my photos when he goes thru the mall. Although the youngster says it, the Confederation Court Mall is in no way mine. A couple of years ago, the owner, Richard Homburg had an idea. What