Hold onto the little one.
Don’t spill the raindrop
Let it run, let it run!
The sun in a dew
dancing on the rose
let it roll out
a drop of the deep
on the ground.
Hold onto the little one.
She is the lovely lake
and I the dingy boat
cork-strewn upon her surface,
moving in her eddies unnoticed
rocked by every movement
sinking so easily beneath her notice.
Last week sure was a busy one, especially because I was setting up my POP up shop at Place Rosemere during the weekend. (It will also be going on this weekend in case you are looking to stock up on some prints, decor and such.)Read More
Being in the water is something that is so important to me. Spending my childhood in Port Elgin, I would spend every minute in the lake pretending to be a dolphin or a mermaid. I would force (and still kind of) everyone to come swim with me for hours, or until that person got tired.Read More
I've been quiet for the past few days since my return to the city. Not only via social media, but in my day to day mind. I guess we all deal from the trip blues differently and this time I am just re playing every single memory over and over.Read More
I remember when I was a kid I used to spend my whole summers up here. Spend long days at the beach, have a seriously dark tan and end the day with colorful campfires as my dad claimed he was a wizard. (I learned a few years later that he put copper in the fire to make it look colorful.)Read More
About a month ago, I set off on my first solo trip to Nicaragua principally to work on my surf photography. It was a full ten days of getting in the water with my camera and trying different lighting techniques and composition.Read More
A friend recently asked me about how I found my brand image and photography style.
That question seems to always pop up once in a while in my photography circle and it's a somewhat difficult question to answer because everyone has different views on art, branding and working as an entrepreneur.Read More
Gaston was the first hurricane swell of the season to hit the West Coast and you can imagine the hype behind all the surfers here in Montreal.
We decided to all head down on a 5hour road trip to Wells, Maine to surf what was suppose to be 5 to 10ft of heavy awesome waves. Pretty soon we realized Magicseaweed isn't the most accurate after all when we realized 5 to 10ft was mostly like 2 to 4ft.Read More
We tend to see so many sunset photos and never enough sunrise shots.
There's something about waking up in the wee hours of the morning to feel our world slowly wake up. It's another reason why I couldn't resist Chloés proposition in following her and Will at H67 for a sunrise shoot.Read More
When was the last time you've done something for the first time?
Or yet again:
When was the last time you challenged yourself?
It's not everyday you hear about surfing in Montreal, and I still get the odd comment of: Wait - you can surf in Montreal?Read More
I have always been a huge fan on goal crushing and pursuing my dreams. My main vision in life is to love what you do and to work hard to pursue your passion. It's funny because this morning I read a small article on what type of career you should have regarding your astrological sign and I laughed when I read - Balance: Creativity.
With the cold I have (yes my boyfriend passed on his sickness to me), I kind of wish I was near the salt ocean water to clear my sinuses. But until then, I will content myself with kleenex and watching the mens Fiji pro on TV.Read More
Yesterday morning was the event I have been waiting for all week! Roxy always hosts pretty awesome events but they always seem to be in the West Coast, and well.. For a girl like me who dreams to go to a Roxy event, going to California is a little far!Read More