• Killer Bunnies and Harnessing the Irrational

    Killer Bunnies and Harnessing the Irrational

    Over the years, I’ve had a few scary encounters with birds. Not a lot, and nothing that ever resulted in physical injury, but enough to give me a healthy fear of birds. Actually, who am I kidding? It’s an exceptionally unhealthy fear of birds. Nothing healthy about it. If a small red-winged […]

  • Small Shift, Large Impact

    Small Shift, Large Impact

    At the beginning of my journey as a wedding photographer, I was searching for a formula. A repeatable pattern that I could rely on every weekend to make the best work. I was trying to turn all of my beginner’s uncertainty into certainty. And, although my knowledge of photography grew […]

  • Culling for Gold

    Culling for Gold

    Any student who has ever studied with us has heard us utter this exact phrase (likely multiple times) “culling our work is like sifting for gold through a sea of shit.” “Culling,” for all your non-photographers out there, is the process of narrowing down to only the client-worthy photos. Keeping […]

  • Profoto A1 Review – Mercedes of Speedlites?

    Profoto A1 Review – Mercedes of Speedlites?

    Profoto A1 Review – Mercedes of Speedlites? “I don’t sing it if I don’t mean it.” – Michael Jackson This Profoto A1 review is our very first product review. It is unauthorized, unsolicited, and unfiltered. Erika and I were honoured to have been chosen to help launch the new Profoto A1, but we can […]