Website Updates

Greenland village and IcebergI have been busy updating a few things on my website. It was in need of some navigational work and other updates, some of which are visible and many of which you can’t see.


  • I have updated the Portfolio and it is now located under Archive (still more work to do here)
  • I have reordered and renamed the Images link so that it makes a little more sense.
  • The back end has been double updated, via Graph Paper Press theme and updated WordPress.
  • The connection to my Archive has been streamlined thanks to Photoshelter updates.
  • Updated slideshow on the homepage

Best of 2009 – 20 Images of Climate Change Activism

The Rise of a Climate Change Movement – 20 Images from 2009 – I spent the majority of 2009 focusing on the climate change social movement and working closely with the international youth climate movement, ngo’s and the TckTckTck campaign.

Portfolio 2008

A portfolio process is a long and painful process. Your ego will be trampled to the point where it walks out the door, leaving you crying in a dark room because IT doesn’t want to be abused any more.

The process takes many hours of culling and editing and seeking opinions you respect. Then you spend hours in front of a computer screen working on images. At which point you find the best printer you can find, (Maarten Wouters at M*G!C), the best paper you can find, (Ilford Gold Fibre), and you watch the cash take the same route your ego did two weeks before. Once it is printed you spend more hours fitting it into your book and then removing every speck of dust from the prints as if they were disease.

One of the questions you must solve is, how many images should I put in. Anywhere from 10 – 50 images can be found in a book, but I believe in the saying ‘Less is More’ and my wallet wholeheartedly agrees. Between 20 – 25 images is the maximum. Any more then that and the client needs to be a family member or your best friend because no one else has that amount of patience.

After 8 years of traveling and photographing 5 different continents, what made the cut? See Here.