|May 2011 - Briyanna Wilberforce in her mothers arms|
I love the visual history it creates and the stories that can be told through just watching, listening and shooting what you see around you.
When I was in high school I was amazed that one of my course options was photography, where I got to learn and play with a camera, for school credit. My high school graduation present was a new Pentax 35mm camera. It was my pride and joy for many years.
In college I had my first taste of photojournalism. Through a weird series of events I ended up on a bus that passed right by a car on fire (my first spot news) and "click, click" I shot it. If only I knew to submit it to the local paper, lessons learned.
|1996 - Car on fire at Canada Trust on Bath Rd, Kingston.|
|April 2007 - Our Town director Wayne Goodyer discusses the scene with his leading lady, Maggie Zatterberg.|
2nd year Photojournalism Student Loyalist College
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