Honored to have had the opportunity to photograph my 3rd annual Roots Celebration hosted by the Metis Community Service Office of Kelowna in Pillar Lake Falkland, BC. Attending this event yearly has such a special place in my heart and every year it just gets better. From the start I have been in love with the fact that this event brings Metis families together for a weekend of camping, connecting and celebrating Metis culture. This year however was different as we not only c
Birthday! Celebrating 26 years in this beautiful world today with a lipstick and leather theme. Last year I hid away on my birthday and kept to myself because it was my first birthday without my sister Amber. She always made sure to wish me well on my birthday nonetheless of what I was doing or where I was, she always found a way so last year, not having that was really tough. This year however is different because this year instead of succumbing to those thoughts of negativi
Spent my 3rd year photographing the Annual Roots Celebration hosted at Pillar Lake in Falkland, BC on June 8th, 9th and 10th. Here are a few images that I captured of this amazing resort location that is not that far from Kelowna.
"The 90,000-strong Métis community in British Columbia is one step closer to taking over child welfare authority for their children and families, with the historic signing of an agreement between the Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) and the Province." Metis Nation of British Columbia. Minister of Children and Family Development, Katrine Conroy and MNBC President, Clara Morin Dal Col signed a joint commitment setting the goal of transferring child welfare authority to MNBC
In October 2016, 2 months after the loss of my sister Amber, I was not in a good place mentally due to my grief, little did I know that I was also not in a good place physically with my health. I have been fighting Depression and Anxiety as well as other disorders for the past 5 years, it has been a struggle and those who are in the same position as me know how living with mental illnesses can wear and take its toll on a person in every aspect because everyday is a fight. On
I'm a morning person and an early riser, I always have been throughout my life. I get it from my kookum who is an early riser as well. Most often than not, I'm usually up before sunrise, its automatic to the point where I can get up without the need for an alarm clock. This morning was no different than usually however on my morning run for coffee, I bought my camera with me to photograph a scene that I had come across the morning before. There is a park in the city with benc