Fabian and Yana as they trek across the dunes.
Sarah and Eric at Whytecliff Park, West Vancouver.
The engagement of Kimmi and Carl at River Road, Ladner.
J and S on their wedding day. The shadows obscuring them represents the fact that they have not come out to everyone, but their embrace makes their love for one another undeniable.
Engagement portraits of Lorien and Barend at the endowment lands of the University of British Columbia.
Promotional portrait for local musician, Natasha.
'Love' is a sculpture by Alexandr Milov. It demonstrates a conflict between a man and a woman as well as the outer and inner expression of human nature. The figures of the protagonists are made in the form of big metal cages, where their inner selves are captivated. Their inner selves are executed in the form of transparent children , who are holding out their hands through the grating. As it’s getting dark (night falls) the children start to shine. This shining is a symbol of purity and sincerity that brings people together and gives a chance of making up when the dark time arrives.
The Space Whale as seen after sunset.
Sylvain and Roman in Montreal.
Portrait of Peter and Amy in Strathcona Gardens.
Kelly shares a special moment with her father at her wedding, next to a photo of her mother who passed away several years ago.
Friends hug each other under the Radiance Dome at sunrise.
Tim, a Canadian veteran suffering from PTSD, finds absolution and some measure of peace in the arms of Sophia, a woman he loves.
The surreal nuptials of a desert ceremony.
Love comes in many forms - and I am happy and proud to support them all.
Portrait of Trina at Joshua Tree National Park.
Two dancers dance in the desert while silhouetted by the setting sun.
Full moon hike at Stanley Park. Taken completely by moonlight.
Portrait in Stanley Park after sunset.
A stroll through Strathcona with Melissa Dow.