Just received my copy of the June 2019 issue of Alberta Views magazine which has one of my street photos published inside (page 15). Looks great don't you think?
I was recently contacted by the editors at JAAMZIN CREATIVE magazine and asked if they could feature a couple of street photos as well as a short bio. Well I'm never one to turn down publicity for my work. You can find the feature and my photos by following this link. The photos can be found on page 6.
On the day before Alberta's provincial elections which take place on April 16th 2019, workers from Alberta's oil industry once again took to the streets to protest the Federal Governments lack action. It was a huge turnout that marched down Stephen Ave (8th St SW) and gathered outside city hall where speakers from CanadaAction.ca and other action groups called for further action to get the pipeline built and to protest Bill C-69. The large crowd was vocal and sang the now familiar "build that pipe, build that pipe" and waved banners demanding the federal government take action to protect Canada's future and to protect oil industry jobs. Mark Schultz, of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, asked those in the crowd to make their voices heard in Tuesday’s provincial election. “Get out to vote, we need your support, because energy policy matters,” he said via a megaphone. The crowd responded with loud cheers and more cries of “build that pipe”. Tuesday’s election is going to be very interesting with a lot riding on the result for a lot of people.
I was excited to learn that my work has been featured by online social media agency JaamZin Creative an arts publication and agency based in Singapore. The agency has published 3 of my photos plus a short summary of who I am and what I do. You view the article here