An old saying holds that it doesn't take much to take great images—just a heart and light box.
Growing up on Manitoulin Island on Canada's Great Lakes, my heart was taken by the natural beauty of the great outdoors.
My first camera was put to work as capturing the highs and lows of life that fill newspapers.
Since moving to Winnipeg, Manitoba, some 13 years ago, my work began to focus on nature photography. Since this time, I’ve begun to range more widely, both geographically and in my subject matter.
Foxtower Photo-Video gets its name from a building constructed by my grandfather Alfred Brandow, who used it to raise foxes in.
To some, my work has a very painterly quality. Each of the images are inspired by the idea that all living things that are animated by a spark at its source.