Category Archives: Public Relations


Cambridge Ribfest 2019

The Cambridge Ribfest is the Rotary Ribfest This past weekend was the Cambridge Ribfest 2019. I believe this is the fourth in what has become an annual event. At the same time there was a […]

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Photography at the 120 Club

Live show photography – meeting the challenge head on I have a very talented friend who performed a one man (plus accompanist) show at the 120 Club in Toronto on May 19th, 2019.  Reid asked […]

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Caring people waltz with elephants

Elephant Waltz 2019 The venue The transformation is nothing short of miraculous. But, after all isn’t that what the African Lion Safari does? The Mombasa Market Restaurant magically transforms from a safari oasis to an […]

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Engaging portraits – Sample 5

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with the same body parts, but that’s where the similarity ends. We are not […]

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Introducing “The Entrepreneur”

You’re an entrepreneur. You are not salesperson, although you make sales happen. You are not an administrator, yet you have your finger on the pulse of the whole organization. You’re creative and you make things […]

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Revitalizing and Refreshing

  Producing art that inspires and makes a statement requires constantly revitalizing and refreshing your mind and your vision. Leonardo da Vinci said “Learning never exhausts the mind.” I am currently re-reading “Drawing on the […]

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Amazing Dreams and Perspective

  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat – have you seen it? Yes, twice now. Once in the early 90’s at the Sony Centre in Toronto with Donny Osmond as Joseph and then again […]

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The sorrowful wale of a steam whistle

March 19th Jan and I drove to St. Jacobs. What drew us there was the sorrowful wale of a steam whistle. It is a sound we remember from our youth. Unless you group up in […]

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Are you getting picked off the shelf?

Is your image getting you picked off the shelf or are you still sitting there with all the other books? Recently my wife and I went to Chapter’s Bookstore just to browse around. I wasn’t […]

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Storyteller. Artist. Photographer.

Storyteller. Artist. Photographer. Which comes first? I got an e-mail from Judy. In part it read “It’s just a germinating idea right now but I would love to get some exceptional pictures… Maybe we could […]

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