He talks with Globe and Mail photo editor Moe Doiron about what he’s learned behind the lens
Oct 17, 2014
Canadian astronaut shares his personal snaps of planet Earth in a new book
Oct 17, 2014
Participants in the annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event to raise awareness and funds for White Ribbon, a movement of men working to end violence against women and girls, Sept. 26, 2013 in downtown Toronto.
Sep 27, 2013
Six-year-old Lee Bonneau was killed last month. His suspected killer is also a child
Sep 06, 2013
Toronto teen was shot and killed by police in downtown Toronto
Aug 01, 2013
Jul 12, 2013
For three decades I’ve been lucky to work as a photojournalist and editor, often with a front row seat to history, along the way meeting and photographing those with a story to tell — from world leaders to high school leaders, the famous to the not so famous and sometimes the infamous.
No two are alike, no day is the same but every one just as important as the next.
It’s my job to show those who weren’t there what happened, to introduce them to people they’ve never met or will never ever meet and to do it honestly and accurately.
I often joke that at a dinner party I’ll have the coolest job at the table. All I have to do is tell them about my week and sometime even what I did that day and I’m usually never wrong.