Photographing Events

I photograph a wide variety of events.

Over the years I have photographed many different events.

I have been doing this for more than 14 years so I have a lot of experience.

Events I have photographed has ranged from sporting, charity, news to political. I enjoy photographing social events. I get to meet many different types of people. I especially love this part because I'm a friendly person and greet everyone with a smile. But the best part is that I get to capture people's essence in a photograph.

I photographed these women at the Downtown Sudbury Art Crawl.

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Images that I photograph are of people having a good time and people in action. They may be chatting with each other or tasting some delicious food that is being served.

This are a couple of events I photographed at Cambrian College.

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When I cover an event, I make sure sure I am prepared ahead of time and know exactly the type of photographs you need.

If there are specific people that must be photographed, I make sure I know this in advance. I get the job done. That's what I am there for. You can depend on me to get the right people and actions photographed during the time I am there.

Here are some new Canadian Citizens.

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Podium shots are not always the most flattering photos to take. I try to get people interacting with each other or doing something in the photo. I do many posed photos so I can get some beautiful smiles and people looking into the camera.

This was Sudbury Mayor Brian Biggar's Fundraising event.

Brian Biggar Event web

It is important for me to have a connection with the subject and for the subjects to connect with each other in the photographs.

Here is an example of a photo spread I did for Sudbury Living Magazine a few years ago.

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Rodeo web

Events like the rodeo are always a blast to cover. The rodeo comes into town every summer in Chelmsford.

There is bull riding, cattle roping, barrel racing, clowns and motorbike stunts.

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