Tonight in Montague was the Team PEI vs Team Nova Scotia for the gold medal in ringette. Embarrassingly enough, I had to Google Maps where the rink was because I kept thinking of the Souris rink location.
Twenty-22 was a busy year yet slower year. I’ve had the honor of covering Canada and telling the stories of Canadians from coast to coast. Covid really impacted what I thought I was going to be doing and adjustments had to be made. For instance, the Memorial Cup (Saint John, NB) was held in late
For the first time in multiple years, the Charlottetown Remembrance Day service returned to normal. The last two years, things have been slower due to the pandemic however when I walked up Queen Street, I noticed the fire trucks were ready and people had gathered. Like other Remembrance Days, I went out to grab some
A couple of weeks ago, the Washington Post reached out asking me to create some imagery on a story they were doing on PEI potatoes being denied access to the U.S. markets. Additionally, seed potato farmers were not allowed to export their products off PEI due to a ban inplace. This had a huge impact
On January 29th, I had a new first. I ended up doing some work (as a freelancer) creating video for The Weather Network. Instead of posting the video here, I am just gonna post some imagery I created. The video was utilized throughout the Weather Network in different formats. You can see one of them
On Friday, Prince Edward Island received our first snowstorm and it was a doozy. As someone who loves photographing the snow, I was rather happy to see a large snowfall. Not just for things like snowshoeing and skiing but for photography. Late Friday, I had gotten some tips from some peace officers that a large
The Guardian today released their annual Santa photos edition featuring my imagery taken at the Confederation Court Mall. I usually hear from a great group of people with some great praise. One of the stores I regularly visit for snacks, reminded me that it is their best selling edition of PEI’s newspaper.
World War II History Buff I’ve always been curious about World War II and having explore crash sites of planes in Newfoundland, I got curious on if there was any crash sites on Prince Edward Island. Sure enough, there was. I visited my first Island crash site in May. It was located in Richmond. You