Brits in Vancouver – Hayden’s Story

“I can usually walk down Main Street and find a new place which will keep me occupied.” No Regrets Hayden is a Watford supporter. I forgave him and we met at Queen Elizabeth Park on an overcast yet clear Sunday afternoon. I wanted to find out more about Hayden and in particular, what prompted him to up sticks and relocate […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Bell’s Story

“I wake up and look out of my apartment window at the North Shore mountains, and it’s the most beautiful sight. I walk 25 minutes across town to work, passing people from all over the world.” Courage It was a warm and sunny early evening when I met Bell at Third Beach in Stanley Park. Bell has only been in […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Anastasia’s Story

“Looking at the sun set over the mountains. Closely followed by how easy it is to split a bill, the skytrain and the libraries.” I finally met up with Anastasia for our photoshoot on a late summer evening on the North Shore. We’d originally aimed to get a sunset session on a local Sky Train platform, however, it wasn’t something […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Katie’s Story

“It’s beauty. Every time I fly into the city, I see the mountains and instantly know that I’m home.” Moving tale Katie arrived in Canada in 2011, loves Burnaby Central Park , an oasis of tranquility surrounded by a bustling urban environment and that’s where we met for our photo-session and conversation. Was it the lifestyle or maybe quality of […]

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Montana road trip – day 7

Although I wouldn’t say that the best was saved until last, driving through the Cascades was certainly a fitting end to a pretty amazing week away. Having booked in to another small motel in Omak, Washington, it was time to leave Bonners Ferry. Our new best friend YELP wasn’t to enamoured by our prospective inn for the night, but it […]

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