This is Kashrell Lawrence of the Dalhousie Tiger's Basketball Team; a two-time AUS Championship MVP. A star on the court, and in front of the lens - and perhaps the most down-to-earth guy you could ever have a conversation with.


Okay, I think we went a little nuts on all things white in Halifax with this shoot.

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Rainy days with Morgan

Rainy days are so vexing. They often discourage people from going out and doing a shoot. But with all the moving into the new apartment lately and being stuck in it 24/7, I decided I needed out of the house. It was a short shoot but I got over my fear of rainy days.

Here's Morgan.




Alright, so here's the thing. With all of my roommates having moved out, and all my belongings being moved into the living room, I had an empty apartment to myself, all the time in the world, and a few promises to follow through with. What did I do? A shoot throughout the whole house, of course! An empty house is a treasure trove of backdrops and props for photographers, take note!

I really enjoyed shooting with Mia. Three main reasons for that. She's a good friend who provides good vibes always, she was a natural in front of the camera, and it was in a space where variables like lighting and background were something I could totally control.

Mia's a natural, a complete natural. From her hands, to her facial expressions, you can just tell she feels at home in front of the lens. A lot of the poses were actually just her sinking into these comfy positions naturally. Her secret? Apparently watching a lot of America's Next Top Model and taking selfies.


Bonus! Here's a picture of my talented assistant: Git Arstand.


Here's Sarah, chasing the sun at Herring Cove.