"Sundown in Dinosaur Park" is the latest digital composite and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series. This print was inspired by the textures of Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Aug 14, 2021
Jun 25, 2021
"It takes a village" is a new art print from the Surreal Alberta series taking inspiration from the Saamis Teepee in Medicine Hat, Alberta and the teepee villages of past that filled the prairies. This digital collage continues the theme of recontextualizing Alberta landmarks in surreal ways.
Jun 15, 2021
"Interstellar Badlands II" is a new release and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series I've been creating. As a continued cosmic variation on the badlands landscape, this latest digital creation takes inspiration from a shoot in Dinosaur Provincial Park.
May 20, 2021
"Interstellar Badlands" is another new art print in a series of surreal scenes I've been creating. At the moment I'm experimenting with a handful of Alberta-centric scenes based off of elements from my professional travel photography around the province. The base of this latest addition comes from a sunset captured in Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Jan 5, 2021
While 2020 was a slow year for travel in general, one bright spot was finally having the time to complete some big updates to my various preview galleries for the professional travel content I've shot all over my home province of Alberta, Canada.
Several major refreshes for 2021 include travel photography from the Rockies, Calgary, Edmonton, the Canadian Badlands, and Southeast Alberta (including my hometown of Medicine Hat).
While you'll find a lot of content has been featured on this website, if you're looking to license material or inquire about a custom order, shoot me a message and I'll be able to quickly narrow your search or direct you to one of these newly created online preview galleries.
A lot of the preview content has been refreshed into online galleries for ease of sharing with clients or interested parties. While this was always the case to a certain extent, the extra time has allowed me to streamline my galleries, retire older content, finally add in some of the newer shoots, and take stock of how much there really was.
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