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The Streets of Portugal

Street photography is a genre of photography that records everyday life in public places. Featuring candid and un-posed moments of people, it is a form of documentary photography that reveals something about the character and the context of the scene…. Continue Reading →

Bazaar of the Bizarre

This is an alternative marketplace for all things macabre. For example, you can buy jars with preserved baby aliens. When I first visited the Bazaar of the Bizarre, I thought it was a once only event in Toronto, but I… Continue Reading →

A Day in “The Hammer”

Hamilton, that is… my home town. Don’t know why they call it “The Hammer”. Only saving one syllable. Not much economy there. They could call  it “The Ham”, but that’s too much like hogtown. Maybe because hammers are made from… Continue Reading →

My old neighbourhood in Hamilton

Now for a little bit of nostalgia. A few weeks ago I met a fellow photographer, Rob, at a Meetup Street shooting event, who told me about a project he’s involved in – documenting Kenilworth Avenue in Hamilton east end…. Continue Reading →

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