Photographing local bands is always fun!  This local Sarnia band is Iron Shirt. Very fun to work with, and they have some great music!  Make sure to check it out here:


Jake Schiemz and the folks at The Front Door welcomed me and my songs and artwork into their establishment and I had a great time last night sharing it with friends. Jake’s philosophy is what I love about downtown, he sources everything can as local as he can. The friends who came out to dine loved the food, I was singing so I missed out. My artwork is always a fun break from music, I get to exercise a lot more recklessness than I would with record making. When making records I love to experiment and often do, but the engineering side is a lot like doing realism in art. I have to record instruments so they sound as natural as they possibly can. Then I can mess around later if I want. With my painting, I don’t worry about technique, composition or anything of the kind. I envy local painters who obviously put more effort in their work (and it shows). Despite always being into visual art and taking any course I could in school involving it, I never really had the acumen for it. Last night was everything I love about downtown: friends, art and music. Thank you to everyone who stopped in. I’d love to play there again for you.

Sometimes photography accidents can look pretty neat. 

This is the second video instalment of Bravo Fotografia and dnamusicstudio's video collaboration.  Pick the Side You're On by Adam Miner was recorded and filmed back in October of 2013.  Please visit and for more videos, photos, and projects!!  

Bravo Fotografia has been expanding to video. I’ve been working on a series of videos with Adam Miner from dnamusicstudio. This is the first video we worked on together, shot back in September for 2013. 

Had the opportunity to watch 81 Entertainment film the final shots for DNA Music's new promo reel. It's amazing being constantly exposed to new projects, local and out of town talent, and really professional (not to mention nice) people on such a regular basis. I was overly excited to watch these guys set up their gear, and watch them work. I can't wait to see the final outcome!

Check out the new video for Sarah Murray and Adam Miner’s new group Ordinary Angels. The video was a collaboration between myself and Spencer Drake. 
You can also read a little back-story on how this project came to be at DNA Studio’s new blog :
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Playing with Macro