Tracing Paths is a two person show exploring the craft of Lin Xu and Paul Robles curated by Steven Leyden Cochrane. A path is created through repeated action—intentional with a direct purpose or carved through the unforeseen rhythms of our lives. Tracing paths reflects on the journeys and pathways in Roble’s and Xu’s work, paths that connect and diverge confronting the past to find a way forward with newfound clarity.Read More
Presented by Winnipeg’s Poet Laureate Di Brandt and the Winnipeg Arts Council. An evening of traditional poems, representing poetry in many languages from around the world. Featuring poetry, music, and refreshments.Read More
258 Bands, 72 Shows, 6 Festival – It’s been a good year.
A huge thanks goes out to the Jason, Kerri, & Jessee at the West End Cultural Centre, Erick at the Park Theatre, Irina and Terry at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Lynne, Mike, and Victoria at the Winnipeg Jazz Festival, and Jessica and Dwayne at True North for bringing me out to shoot such great music. As well, a big shout out to my photographic partners in crime, Dwayne, Mike, Joey, Jenn, Ian, and everyone else that tolerates me and my camera.Read More
I had some of my work on display again this year during the Flash Photographic Festival. Special thanks to Manitoba Music for hosing me and Jen Doerksen during October.Read More
Joey Senft, Matt Duboff, Jenn Kostesky and Dwayne Larson all have one thing in common. The immense love of MUSIC and live event photography. They give up week nights, weekends just to chase that perfect photo. As well as photographing international bands they also shoot a TONNE of local artists as well. Come down and celebrate our first group showcasing our incredibly diverse music scene here in Winnipeg.Read More
There is nothing so American as our national parks.... The fundamental idea behind the parks...is that the country belongs to the people, that it is in process of making for the enrichment of the lives of all of us. - Wallace StegnerRead More
“Road trips are the equivalent of human wings. Ask me to go on one, anywhere. We’ll stop in every small town and learn the history and stories, feel the ground and capture the spirit. Then we’ll turn it into our own story that will live inside our history to carry with us, always. Because stories are more important than things.” – Victoria EricksonRead More
"San Francisco is one of the great cultural plateaus of the world one of the really urbane communities in the United States one of the truly cosmopolitan places and for many, many years, it always has had a warm welcome for human beings from all over the world." Duke EllingtonRead More
The redwood is the glory of the Coast Range. It extends along the western slope, in a nearly continuous belt about ten miles wide, from beyond the Oregon boundary to the south of Santa Cruz, a distance of nearly four hundred miles, and in massive, sustained grandeur and closeness of growth surpasses all the other timber woods of the world.
- John Muir
256 Bands, 61 Shows, 7 Festival – It’s been a good year.
A huge thanks goes out to the Jason, Kerri, & Jessee at the West End Cultural Centre, Erick at the Park Theatre, Kelly and Terry at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Lynne, and Jodie at the Winnipeg Jazz Festival, Vanessa at Interstellar Rodeo, and Jessica and Dan at True North for bringing me out to shoot such great music. As well, a big shout out to my photographic partners in crime, Dwayne, Mike, Joey, Jenn, Ian, and everyone else that tolerates me and my camera.Read More