Category: Culture

Riding the Wave of Confusion to Wake Up

Right. I’m trying to wrap my head around what day it is still, but at the very least, I know where I am. I’ve made it to Bulgaria and am currently staying in a hotel in a little… Read More

Body Art

It’s no secret that I’m in love with my tattoo. I’ve had it for two years now and I’m still as happy about my choice as I was the day I got it. Naturally, I want more. Everyone… Read More

Becoming BFFs with Jonathan Frakes (with special guest appearance by William Shatner)

My feet hurt and my back is tired from lugging around my camera, but what a day!! With my siblings, mother, and niece and nephew in tow, I made it down to the Calgary Expo for a little… Read More

Travelling Music – The Very Best Edition

I’ve managed to amass a hefty collection of travelling music. Usually, I do this by picking up a random burned cd in a souq or from some slightly shady looking guy with a giant backpack wandering the streets… Read More


Q: What do you call a short giraffe? A: A girhalf. Q: What do you call a short giraffe party? A: A girhalfla.

The Death of a Hard Drive

Blog stats are a hell of an addition and my favourite part of them is the bit that tells you what people Googled to find your blog. One of the recent search terms: “The way crazy people view… Read More

Allison & David’s Wedding

In honour of the New Year Decade, I will tell you the story of how I met Allison and how amazing it was to be her photographer for her wedding yesterday.


I’m currently diving through the archives of several external hard drives. There was one post I came across that was just a simple video. I hadn’t written anything, just posted a video from when I was in Jordan… Read More

Arequipa, the “White City”

Puno wasn’t one of my favourite places. There was something I couldn’t quite put my finger on, but it left me feeling like I was constantly ready to move on. Maybe we were just staying in the wrong… Read More

The Islands of Lake Titicaca

It was time for a boat ride. The other morning, we woke up early, packed an overnight bag, and took a small boat out to visit the islands of Lake Titicaca. Our first stop was to visit the… Read More