Photojournalist John Lehmann revisits some of the hardest-hit homes and areas in the province
Jun 20, 2014
What do the fearsome characters of professional wrestling do when they're not in the ring? We take a look in this photo essay
Jun 02, 2014
Joe Mandur is inviting experienced and amateur artists to join him and 2,998 others in carving a pole he’ll dedicate to teacher and artist Freda Diesing
May 13, 2014
The type of black bear native to northwestern B.C. forests was spotted on the Nisga’a Highway Thursday
May 09, 2014
Late April and early May is the best time to see the migrating birds in B.C.
Apr 30, 2014
in the lead-up to the municipal election. Globe and Mail photographer John Lehmann takes a closer look
Apr 15, 2014
Kitimat residents are in the process of voting in a plebiscite to gauge support for the controversial Northern Gateway pipeline project, but even some who have cast ballots wonder if there is much point.
Apr 10, 2014
Feb 02, 2014
Globe and Mail photographer John Lehmann in Kiev. Tensions in Kiev have been running high since
Jan 26, 2014
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.