Monday, May 28, 2012

New Brunswick Voices: Poling the River

No byline, but I still wanted to share. (Originally published in the Toronto Star as part of a New Brunswick Tourism advertising series.)

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

New Brunswick Voices

Over the last couple of weeks, I've been working on advertising features for New Brunswick Tourism that have been running in the Toronto Star.

I'm in love with this assignment. After writing about New Brunswick's Lower River Passage, the Miramichi Region and the Acadian Peninsula, I'm totally sold on visiting the province. I'm also dying to meet my interview subjects, including Frank Scott, who has collected over 700 bottles of whisky.

If you live in the Toronto area, you can find the features in the Saturday Star's travel section. If not, check out the clipping below:

How to take and share photos in the age of social media.

If you Google, “travel photography tips,” you’ll get endless advice on how to centre your photos, the best kind of equipment to use and what makes for interesting subjects.

In fact, you can find a ton of these tips on the Verge website. But what about the most important travel photography guidelines—like how to treat your subjects with respect, use your photos to cross cultural boundaries and share your story?

Read more on the Verge Magazine website»
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