Pennie Smith, The Clash and that (Im)perfect frame

It really forced home that sometimes the imperfect and the serendipitous capture works so much better than the over-composed, over edited image. I love my music. I’m the guy that retained my vinyl; albums, 7″ singles, 12″ singles, they’re all still with me. One of the jewels in the crown has to be my bought on release, London Calling by […]

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Behind The Mask

I’ve launched a new personal project over at Mark Cannon Photography. I have an interest in humans, what makes us tick, what drives our behaviours, why we sometimes work against our own best interests. I wanted to capture moments when, despite wanting to mask our emotions and feelings, we were not able to completely hide what was happening in our […]

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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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Brits in Vancouver – Shayna’s story

With a love of mountains, oceans and forests, Vancouver had a natural pull for Shayna. I met Shayna at one of her special places, Acadia Beach within Pacific Spirit Park. It’s a place that showcased the best thing about being in Vancouver for her; access to water, forests and mountains.  Not wanting to assume anything I asked what brought her […]

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