'Nunavut's Young Hunters' was exhibited in February 2022 at the Exposure Photography Festival's 'The Fence' exhibition at Calgary’s Olympic Plaza, in partnership with Far North Photo Festival (Yellowknife, Northwest Territories), Chinook Blast! Festival (Calgary) and Photoville (Brooklyn, New York, USA). Co-curated by Amanda Annand, Far North Photo Festival, and Beth Kane, Exposure Photography Festival, the exhibition presents the work of Northern-based and Indigenous artists from across Canada’s Northern Territories.
I am among several photographers in northern Canadian communities who are creating "social distant" family portraits during the COVID-19 isolation measures in the country. These Canadian photographers are capturing life during COVID-19, one family (isolation) portrait at a time | CBC Arts 'Partly an art project, partly a mental health break,' the movement is spreading through the north. These Canadian photographers are capturing life during COVID-19, one family (isolation) portrait at a time | CBC Arts 'Partly an art project, partly a mental health...
My photo essay, "Where Young Hunters Learn" was displayed in the "Of the North" exhibition in Yellowknife, November 15-20, 2019. This was the first photo exhibit about the North, in the North, created by Northerners. Projects — Far North Photo Festival Projects
I am happy to share my photo story about a great community program that teaches young boys traditional hunting skills in Iqaluit. It is part of the Canadian TNJP 13 series with the True North Photo Journal.