Free Reins

Free Reins is a documentary about Hinchinbrook Farm, an unlikely place, a magic kingdom where the ordinary world is turned on its head. I’m lucky to live close enough that I can walk there. If you’ve never been, you should, there are public occasions from time to time, you can find on their website. This […]

Photography from Waldorf East conference

I recently had the pleasure of photographing activity at the annual Waldorf East conference which takes place at the South Shore Waldorf School & Kindergarten. These are a few of those images… Judy King’s wet-on-wet watercolour workshop. Music and movement with Bev Shaw. Jessica Carter teaches games using beanbags, rhythm sticks and other tools.   […]

Photographs in Lighthouse Now

Lighthouse Now, the South Shore’s newspaper and news hub, has posted an article by Evan Bower about the recent Waldorf East conference, which features a couple of my photographs. Read the article on their website. Judy King leads a “wet-on-wet” painting workshop. Organizer Anne Greer during her keynote speech “Steady as She Goes” in Turbulent […]


  The pitch package cover for a documentary show about Hinchinbrook Farm, a very special and specialized place where kids receive therapy for a range of issues including autism and other rare neurological challenges. The show goes to production the summer of 2o16.

Photos from Shingebiss

A short gallery of some of the photos I took of Miss Moni’s (Monika Wildemann) incredible puppets which starred in the SSWS production of Shingebiss. Thanks for a great puppet show and thanks for allowing me to photograph these. This is a post on the South Shore Waldorf School & Kindergarten‘s Facebook page.  

Liverpool Museum of Photography

Visited the Museum of Photography in Liverpool, NS. Also known as the Sherman Hines Museum Of Photography. If you go, which is worth doing, it’s at 205 Church Street – some directories still show their old address (Main Street). The museum is part of a larger collective of mini-museums and collections, including the unlikely Outhouses […]