My brother Fynn opened a Crossfit Gym in Kitsilano, Vancouver. We're all super proud of him for opening his own gym, so I was happy to support him by taking photos for some of their to-be flyers. He's a pretty easy guy to photograph. I guess you'll see why. Congrats Fynn!
Welcoming my newest neice, Aila! And congrats to my brother in law and his wife on their first child. You are a beautiful family!
You may recall a wedding in Wyoming that I had the honour of photographing in August. I mentioned in that post that Sam and Leslie had a lot to deal with, and what I meant by that was that Sam had cancer. I heard just now that Sam passed away this morning, 65 days into … Continue reading rest in peace, Sam.
Gone Travellin'. Currently in South East Asia! Specifically, Cambodia, working with Habitat for Humanity alongside my husband and a great team. Then, Vietnam and Thailand. Will resume posting photos in August!
They say that the best camera is the one you have with you. With that in mind, I've been having fun taking photos with my iPhone. I am surprised and pleased by the results. I must say I owe a lot to a great app called Hipstimatic, which replicates a sweet 80s camera. I can … Continue reading Iphone Fun
ah, easter monday. a time to reflect: for some, on the cross and resurrection; for others, oh how well a long weekend was spent. Hopefully, both parties enjoyed time with family. Myself and my husband sure did. What began with a tragedy bloomed into a wonderful week. Pete's grandfather passed away, and we were whisked … Continue reading easter monday
today is the first year i have had to celebrate st paddy's without my uber-irish maiden name, Mulligan. I got married and took Havercroft, which is Scottish/British. Same Same, But Different. I miss my last name, which was also my nickname among many close friends. Don't get me wrong, I love sharing a name with … Continue reading happy st patrick’s day
One may think I have a bipolar disorder when it comes to the Olympics. In one post, I am obviously critical; yet in another, I'm among the screaming throngs of drunk college students (albeit, while I was among them, I was neither drunk, nor in college). Hockey has a hypnotizing effect on Canadians, and I … Continue reading poverty olympics part 2
two years ago, my now-husband proposed to me. We were on a walk with my parents' dog, and came to a hill overlooking the lake. I thought the trees were so pretty in the sunset that I stopped to take photos. Pete started yelling at me to catch up, and seemed really anxious. I kept … Continue reading how fast the time goes …
who cares about the Olympics when Lost is on? Olympic athletes train 4 years for the Winter Games; I have been training 6 years to figure out this show. My time has finally come. Still, instead of island jungles with smoke monsters, I'm stuck with Vancouver jungles and tourist monsters. alas.