Disaster Decks wrap up

Another amazing crazy year of Disaster Decks wrapped up on a beautiful day in December.

Great crew, lots of fun on set and much hard work made for a wicked TV show!

Thanks to Paul, Joey, David, Kate and Heidi. Plus the crew – Bree, Stephen, David, Matt, Ryan and Rory. I look forward to seeing all you guys/gals again in the spring.

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Front pathway

After finishing a corporate shoot at the LimberLost Quarry north of Owen Sound I told Steve Lowe (GM) about a project underway back home. A few weeks earlier I finally started redoing my front walkway and porch. In the summer, with this project in mind, I liberated a number of beautiful old Precambrian stones from an old house that was being demolished. Steve asked when the house would have been built and I thought in the 1950’s. The master of stone quarry’s in southern Ontario for the past 25yrs, Steve made an astute guess as to which quarry the stone came from and its colour and texture. I asked if he might have some stone that matched as I was a few short. Well Steve was super helpful and took me around the quarry until we found a nice little pile of stone that closely matched and the next thing I knew we had three big pieces in the back of my van. Thanks to the everyone at LimberLost for a great 2 day shoot and for helping me complete my beautiful new front pathway!

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Quincy Jones and Nikki Yanofsky at the Ritz Carleton in Toronto

This past summer I had the priviledge of photographing Quincy Jones and Nikki Yanofsky at the Ritz Carleton in Toronto for L’Express magazine out of Paris while they were in town to promote Nikki’s new album “Little Secret” that Quincy executive produced.

What a great experience to meet the prolific and talented Quincy Jones. He was dressed for style and showed the charisma that has made him so successful for so many years. Nikki was gorgeous and cooperative and the shoot went of with no hitches and produced some solid images.

Thanks to both and I wish Nikki much success with her new album!

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