Feb 02, 2014
Globe and Mail photographer John Lehmann in Kiev. Tensions in Kiev have been running high since
Jan 26, 2014
Jan 19, 2014
In 2013, the Globe's John Lehmann traveled widely throughout the province to capture images
Dec 28, 2013
Dec 25, 2013
For a 33-year-old Vancouver woman, delivering her baby girl at home with a midwife went exactly as she'd hoped, and left her convinced more women could have home deliveries if they had adequate support and education
Dec 18, 2013
Attracted by a healthy salmon run, bald eagles from across North America travel to Harrison Mills
Dec 03, 2013
Migrant workers in a cranberry bog at Maybog farms in Richmond, B.C., close out this year’s cranberry harvest
Nov 05, 2013
Sweet Pepper Klopek breaks a Guinness World Record with the help of his partner Burnaby Q. Orbax, by lifting a 10-pound sledgehammer with hooks in his cheeks for over ten seconds in Vancouver
Oct 31, 2013
Some days you want to pinch yourself, other days you wonder why? It's that kind of a profession.
As a photographer I've recorded history, influenced public opinion and been an eyewitness to life and death. Working as a photojournalist is a privilege that comes with a great responsibility, to be accurate and honest to both the people you are reporting on and those you are reporting to.
I've never been so moved or saddened as when I covered the Asian Tsunami. I watched and photographed as families and friends dug through rubble looking for the dead. The wounded were often buried on the beaches not more then ten feet from the waters that once engulfed them.
I've been fortunate to work both here at home and at daily newspapers in Hong Kong and Thailand. I'm now The Globe and Mail's West Coast staff photographer based in Vancouver.