Winter Solstice Lantern Festival

Over the past six months, I’ve had the pleasure of doing volunteer photography work at the Roundhouse, a local community centre here in Downtown Vancouver. I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with so many people that I otherwise would have never met: fellow volunteers, City arts and recreation programmers, and the many individuals […]

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Parade of Lost Souls 2013

One the things I love about living in Vancouver (and big city life) are amazing events like the Parade of Lost Souls. This event happens every year, coinciding with Dia de Muertos and Hallowe’en. If you’ve never been these pictures might look strange, but you’ll have to believe me when I say that this is […]

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Edible Vancouver Winter 2013

A new edition of Edible Vancouver just hit the stands, and myself and Alison Ramage have some images in it yet again! Here are a couple of outtakes that didn’t make it into the magazine (sorry if the watermark is huge‚ĶI’ve been experiencing internet photo-theft paranoia as of late). This is a link to the […]

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Generations

Some portraits of the generations of my family from this past summer; Oma and Opa Peters, little sisters, and my brother Marc. I love how you can clearly see how the energy and exuberance of youth slowly morphs into the serenity of older age – or at least I hope that’s what it is (hopefully […]

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Vernissage 2013

This past Friday, I had the wonderful opportunity to be a part of another group exhibition – Vernissage 2013. The images I had on display – taken during my time in France in 2011/2012, were a series of snowshoeing pictures from the Alps (the first three images you see here were in the exhibition). It […]

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Adventures in Film

A few weeks ago, I took a newly acquired old-school Minolta film camera out on an adventure. I thought it would be like riding a bike – once you get the hang of it, you never forget. I’ve slowly come to learn that it doesn’t always work out this way. You see, my experience with […]

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