Hotel windows lit with “LOVE”
Day 10 breaking point
We are staying with my partner’s parents through all of this, this was a just the start of it all. Full lockdown in…
morning shift. outbreak
chaos in the kitchen
Just being social distancing for couple of weeks, the kitchen is a mess (really the house is a mess), the dinner is late,…
Her Biggest Fear
Emily, centre, is a nurse. She lives with her dad, who is immunocompromised, and her mom lives nearby. Emily’s biggest fear is bringing…
Portrait series of brother down at the breakwater
Wanting to practice some evening lighting and a new flash, we went to the breakwater at sunset to see what we could get.…
Family Movie Night
Living together with our 2 adult sons has been trying at times. Each of us having our own challenges but every Monday night…
My Amma is almost 102 years old and lives at home. Complications from walking pneumonia (unrelated to COVID) had prevented my mum from…
Washing all the things
I now wash everything that comes into my house. All fruits and veg get a water and vinegar bath before being put away.
My son lights up every morning when his grade 3 teacher begins class.
Day 44: Some of us were more productive than others
My husband trimmed the cedar hedge, while my daughter got creative opening the yard waste bag.
Empty intersections in downtown Vancouver.
April fools, the joke’s on us
Self portrait on April fools day. The realization of the situation settling in. My job affected for the next year to come, no…
Isolated together: A self-portrait with my husband
I made this photo last week in our bedroom in downtown Montreal. I wanted to make a portrait that felt like the almost…
Self portrait – Nebulous
I am struck by how different time feels. It’s no longer linear, if it was before. It’s just a giant cloud, a hazy…
Self portrait – uncertainty
Looking out the front window of my house, a view I’ve always enjoyed, I now find unsettling. The prevailing sentiment, that of uncertainty,…
pandemic still life
prep for work
No one to play with
Playgrounds are entirely empty. Schoolyards are quiet.
A father walks the dog and pulls his kids in a wagon past the funeral home in Nelson BC.