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College of Canadian Family Physicians

A few months ago I received an email that said, “On behalf of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, I am writing to ask if you would like to participate in Canadian Family Physician’s (CFP) Cover Project for our upcoming July 2021 issue.  We look for artists within Canada and in family medicine whoContinue reading “College of Canadian Family Physicians”

This is (Almost) 40

Have you ever worked on a project, photography or otherwise, that requires so much work and yet once it ends you realize just how important it was to you? That’s a Project 52 for me. For six years I documented my family’s life and wrote about what was happening in a blog post every singleContinue reading “This is (Almost) 40”

Hello 2021

And GOODBYE 2020! I can’t help it…with the end of the year, I find myself reflecting on what has happened and planning ahead for what’s next. This year I find myself stuck on the fact that I didn’t take nearly enough pictures of my boys on my “big camera”. I think part of it wasContinue reading “Hello 2021”

Throwback Post: Fort Edmonton Park’s 50th Anniversary

Fort Edmonton Park is holding an event at Wolfe Cadillac in support of their campaign to Light the Midway. Our family has a strong connection with Fort Edmonton. You can read all about it below in my throwback blog from May 2019. Last weekend, the Wolfe Pack was lucky enough to spend some time atContinue reading “Throwback Post: Fort Edmonton Park’s 50th Anniversary”

21 Weeks: Stories & Advocacy

As a storytelling photographer, it is my goal to make documentary family photography accessible for all medical, special needs, and palliative families. As an educator, medical mom and advocate, my goal is to offer my voice to those working to ensure our government is providing ALL families with appropriate access to education and healthcare. PerhapsContinue reading “21 Weeks: Stories & Advocacy”

Personal Project: 100 New Friends

As strange as it sounds, Covid-19 and the physical distancing protocols put in place in Alberta led me to complete a variation of one of the personal photography projects on my bucket list. In December 2019, I completed my sixth consecutive project 52. For those of you new to personal photography projects, a project 52Continue reading “Personal Project: 100 New Friends”

Personal Projects: Finding Meaning

“Perspective is a function of experience. Kids can feel like their worlds are ending because their worlds are smaller than ours…So, what we can do, is let them feel. Give them permission to feel. And more importantly, be super brave, and let them see us feel. Let them watch us navigate our feelings in awkward,Continue reading “Personal Projects: Finding Meaning”

Personal Project: March Madness

Join me on a little visual journey of our new normal… Kane’s spring concert was the last group event we attended. It was way back on March 11th. Our home has begun to look a little different as we have tried to create some consistency and routines following Alberta school closures on March 16th. AndContinue reading “Personal Project: March Madness”

21 Weeks: Family Documentary Photography

The stories of medical families are filled with both moments of pain and moments of joy. As a photographer, it is my goal to make documentary family photography accessible for all medical and palliative families. The 21 Weeks photography project tells the beautiful story of one resilient family through the eyes of a mother andContinue reading “21 Weeks: Family Documentary Photography”

I’m Ready, What’s Next – 2020

Well, this is it friends. This is the final week of my sixth consecutive project 52. Can you believe it? That’s three hundred twelve weeks worth of blog posts. Whew! It’s exhausting just thinking about it. And seeing as we are about to head in to a new decade this feels like the perfect timeContinue reading “I’m Ready, What’s Next – 2020”