Week 14, 2014: almost the end of semester 2! I’m adopting #Loyalist philosophy.. Shoot Shoot Thinks ;) keeping the #Think #Shoot Shoot part till later! working on my picture story with #Jaqui Manning-Albert, originally from #Cobourg, Jacqui is a #music #writer, a #pianist, an #opera singer, a #screenplay writer, a #novelist and a #mother.
Week 11, 2014: on my way to a meeting in #Tyendinaga I decided to go for a short drive to explore #Deseronto and I came across this #abandoned #property.
Week 10, 2014: It’s mid semester and things are just crazy trying to work on assignments. I’ve gone from plan A to plan B then finaly… Plan C is working out ;) I’m shooting my long term project as well as multimedia and picture story.. In the meantime, my nephew was competing in #gymnastics in #Waterloo.. so off I went and snapped few pics.
week 8, 2014. #Loyalist #portfolio for the first year is up and it feels great ;) so hard to choose only 10 images! so I decided to go with some past and new work. check it out here:
Week 6, 2014. I decided to give it a try and shoot #volleyball. it was hard. That’s all I can say ;)
Week 6, 2014. Still working on the subject of #old age and the #social and #mental issues associated with it. I connected with the members of the #Seniors #Woodcarving Club at #Cobourg Community Centre in downtown #Cobourg. Beautiful people who connected through the passion of woodworking. Some have been carving for only few years, others all their lives. One thing that is so great about these guys, no matter what, they try as much as they can to come in Tuesday mornings to see each other, carve and feel alive.
Week 5, 2014: I decided to do a 3 hour drive to #Ottawa to shoot #Winterlude at the #Rideau Canal Skateway, a fun filled #event organized to celebrate #winter in the first three weekends of February. The 7.8 kilometre #Rideau Canal Skateway is a #UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the world’s largest #skating rink.
Week 5, 2014. This semester is going crazy! too many assignments and I’m shooting way too much. At this point of my course I decided to forget about everything I know and just explore and shoot different. I was unsure about a lot of things. I wanted to know what was it I’m doing wrong or right and I wanted to push myself to the limit, so some of the work I did was about old age and the mental and physical state associated with it.
Annie Cormier, a 61 retired Marketing & Communication Consultant at her home in downtown #Cobourg getting ready to join #The Gazelles, a women’s #walking club for seniors. Cormier moved to Cobourg three years ago with her husband Jim McMartin and joined The Gazelles to meet interesting #women who share her love for #adventure, #walking and the #outdoors.