Category Archives: tin types

Historic portrait of a Family Geneologist

Tweet The universe can be so cunningly quirky and on point at times create moments of amusing even beautiful serendipity (the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way.”a fortunate stroke of serendipity”) or destiny. These moments I like to believe are divine connection/relationships/moments. The backstory: I began a challenging,...

Voted as top 6 women to watch

Tweet So excited and surprised and blushing at being named in the top six women to watch on Instagram via Ton Barbier written by Oneland so cool and well I better keep posting good content for you all- keep you eyes peeled. If you are not already following me, go get ‘er done on my...

Women of Moto art

Tweet This week I had the honor to take a series of vintage portraits of two remarkable ladies travelling across Canada documenting women who ride motorcycles— they were the coolest gals and even took the time to document me. It was a special experience indeed to have the camera turned on me! Thank you to...

Applied Arts Magazine mention

Tweet To see the whole article with images of the process go here:https://www.appliedartsmag.com CAPIC’s Double Vision contest, which randomly pairs a photographer with an illustrator to create self-portraits of each other in their signature style, wrapped up last month. Montreal illustrator Simon Dupuis, one half of the winning team at the juried exhibition, shares some...

1st Place in Canada in CAPIC Double Vision Contest! Also Published.

Tweet 1st Place in Canada in CAPIC Double Vision Contest! Also Published in the summer edition of REVOLUTION Magazine! A great honour this past Wednesday when I took first place with my partner, Illustrator, Simon Dupuis in the yearly CAPIC Double Vision contest in Toronto, Ontario. I was shocked to receive 1st place for my...