After many years of working in various photography genres, Brian found his niche while wandering the streets of Winnipeg's historical Exchange District. While the Exchange District offered wonderful architectural photo opportunities, it was the incredibly interesting people walking the streets that drew his interest and inspired him to do what he does best.
Taking a photojournalist approach to his work, Brian has the ability to capture thought evoking images that create their own stories.
Brian is recognized as a Professional Photographer with a Craftsman Member (CP) designation as granted by the Master Photographer International Organization (MPIO)
Contact Brian for the purchase of Fine Art Prints or to discuss potential photography projects.
Venice Beach was, without a doubt, my favourite place to be in California. The people there were lively, fun, entertaining and so very unique and in some instances… odd, but in a very good way.
I will post a few more pictures of the interesting people of Venice Beach, but The Mountain Man was my favourite. It was hot out, especially for us Canadians, so seeing this man fully clothed in mountain gear, complete with the racoon hat was a site to behold. He didn’t flinch when taking this photo, he didn’t pose, he didn’t throw out a fake smile and wave… he was just being him and when do what I do, that is exactly what you want. Just be real and be yourself, or in this case, be “The Mountain Man”!
If you are searching for a hot holiday, Huatulco is a fantastic choice with inly 1 month of rain per year, there is very little concern about getting enough sun!
The resorts are beautiful, the people are wonderful and within a very short distance from the Huatulco resorts is La Crucecita, a small local town where you can get fresh produce, eat at authentic restaurants, purchase handmade textiles etc.
Chinatown markets have to be some of my favourite places to see. The New York and San Francisco Chinatownskre specifically have such incredible liveliness and rawness. The markets are set up like markets, its not like heading to your boring old grocery store where 95% of the products are bagged, boxed, canned or frozen. Eating mysteriously flavoured Dim Sum from a restaurant that has no English writing on the menus and the servers, cashiers also have no English vocabulary is a treat in itself and highly recommended!
Cuba was a fascinating place to visit, in partucular Havana was quite spectacular. There are no shortages of photographic opportunities whether it be the general public, the buskers, the architecture or the classic vehicles. If you are a traveller, Cuba is a must see country. There is a beautiful but gritty appeal, bright colours but with some raggedness. Certainly, there is no shortage of Che and Castro propaganda, which just adds to the uniqueness of the country.