Some landscape and creature captures from the last few months. Enjoy!
Recently, I visited the socialist paradise that is Cuba. Instead of squirrels they have these little scurrying lizards. There’s a guy in Havana that serves coconut ice cream in a coconut. Good times.
We crashed a wedding party in Taiyuan and the next day headed for Beijing to see The Great Wall and The Forbidden City.
During my two weeks in China I visited the Shanxi Province capital of Taiyuan as well as Huangshan Mountain and the Northern city of Datong where you find the Yungang Grottoes and cave statues. It’s a beautiful country with lots of history. Try the green bean buns.
Here are a few photos from Habourfront‘s Iranian Festival: Tirgan.
I am now a photographer for the Harbourfront Centre. This weekend, the circus festival took place in the Harbourfront grounds. I was there snaps some shots.
My cousin Laura and her groom Cal were recently married in Mexico.
The couple kneeled on a blanket covered with flowers and fruit. Around them, a group of dancers moved and shouted. A drum was pounded and conches were blown. The man with the long hair spoke at length about their union, that they were entering a relationship rooted in compromise.
The thing that stuck with me about the landscape of Mexico was the variety. It transitions so quickly from sandy beach to hilly rocks to jungle.
Thanks to everyone who has enjoyed my photos from this year’s Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
To save you from sorting through the previous sixteen posts, here are my best shots from the week.
I photographed several performances from the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival. If you’re in this troupe, these photos are available for you to use.