For myself, 2011 was a year of cultivating new ideas. 2012 will put those ideas into action and expression.
As an artist trying to grow and adapt to a business structure, I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on how I can do so in an ethical and environmentally responsible manner. Based out of Canmore in the Canadian Rockies, I feel privileged to work in the incredible areas that I do. As my photographs show, I strive to incorporate these surroundings into the images that I create.
My vision for White Leaf Photographs has always been for a positive impact. Not just for the people I photograph, but for the places we venture in. In 2011 I began moving towards a positive impact by purchasing carbon offsets for my business travel, as I found myself moving around the country more often then was really sustainable. I also started the transition towards using eco-conscious product suppliers and vendor partnerships.
Here are some of the ways that White Leaf Photographs will be making a difference this year;
These are only a few ways that White Leaf will be growing this year. I’m excited about working with my good friend and graphic designer Leslie Irvine on a new look for the White Leaf brand, and I look forward to continuing working with Highline Magazine’s online project as a contributor.
I’m also excited to announce that my 2011 Portfolio of couples photographs is now up online, be sure to check it out here and keep a close eye on the page for the upcoming wedding photography portfolio.
As the list of awesome clients I’ll be working with this year grows, I’m very excited for what 2012 will bring. To all of you reading this I wish you the best this year can bring.
Much love for the new year,
Such a fun couple.
Another year is drawing to a Western union fees close at Jasper High School. I’ll be back in Jasper for Grad 2012 and due to time constraints I have only 3 remaining spaces for Saturday’s Grand March coverage and Family Portraits at Jasper Park Lodge. This year I will also be available Monday to Thursday prior to Grad Weekend for Family Portrait Sessions and individual Senior Portrait Sessions, as well as Friday (tentatively) for family portraits at the airfield. There are six available spaces for Cap and Gown Ceremony coverage on Friday afternoon as well.
For more information, get in touch or grab the pdf.