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  • Change of Scenery

    My family and I just got back from Alberta on Tuesday. Although we didn’t end up with as much time as maybe we would have liked to travel we were able to get to Waterton Lakes National Park. We had visited the park a year ago. At that time the sun was shining, the snow was almost melted and it was very bright and warm. This year, the road heading up the mountains was closed, the air was cool and there was a haze of clouds and blowing snow over the mountain peaks. I was able to grab just a a few photos from down below.

  • Directing Traffic in the Lane

    March in Halifax is cold, grey and dismal. But there is a bright lining. The U Sports Men’s Basketball Championships have come to town. I’ve shot for this eight team tournament a number of times but this year for me is even more exciting. I am working with a great crew of young and eager pros, directing three of the match ups including the bronze medal game.

    Last night I directed the Saint Mary’s, Ryerson game, a 79-70 win for the number one seeded Ryerson Rams. The second game was an exciting come from behind 67-65 win for the number five Dalhousie Tigers against the number four Alberta Golden Bears.  It was an absolute blast to direct the game. I can’t wait to see what Sunday has in store. If you have a chance and want to see some great basketball or come by the production truck to say hi, come on down to the Scotiabank Centre and enjoy yourself this weekend.