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These are photos from last November’s OCAA Men’s Rugby finals which saw the Loyalist Lancers defeat the Algonquin Thunder 15-7 to take the championship for the third consecutive year.
ST. JOHN’S, NL - (02/25/12) Tattooist Mike Ledrew performs a touch-up on an existing tattoo at Trouble Bound Studio on Water St. in downtown St. John’s. Photo by Stephen Norman.
Earlier this month I was invited to photograph a burlesque show by the Burly-Q Babies. As always it was a great time; any event where you can have a drink with friends and make good photos is something I can’t pass up. Here’s a few from the December 10 show.
Wanker Girl and Trixie Biggins
Lou Lou Applebottom in her premiere solo performance.
Members of the Canadian Forces stand in silence as they wait for pallbearers to emerge during the repatriation of Master Corporal Byron Garth Greff at 8 Wing Trenton.
Pallbearers carry the body of Master Corporal Byron Garth Greff towards the waiting hearse during repatriation ceremonies at 8 Wing Trenton. MCpl Greff of the Third Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry was killed by a vehicle-borne IED in Kabul on October 29.
Keller Gref, son of the late Master Corporal Byron Garth Greff prepares to lay a rose on his father’s casket.
Defence Minister Peter McKay and Governor General David Johnston look on as family members lay roses on the casket of Master Corporal Byron Garth Greff
Photos from this season’s final women’s rugby home game at Loyalist College this past Saturday.
These are frames from a few basketball games I’ve shot at school so far this semester.
Loyalist Lancers v. Niagara Knights (10/22/11)
Fanshawe Falcons v. Algonquin Thunder (09/31/11) - Loyalist Fall Classic tournament
Loyalist Lancers v. Sheridan Bruins (10/01/11) - Loyalist Fall Classic tournament
Loyalist Lancers v. St. Clair Saints (09/31/11) - Loyalist Fall Classic tournament
These are frames from a burlesque show I photographed in late August at the Rock House in St. John’s.
Miss Jezebel Express, a Burlesque teacher from New York, warms up the crowd at Wheels & Heels; a burlesque show with the Burly-Q Babies, 709 Derby Girls and guests, held at the Rock House in St. John’s on August 20.
Heather Labonte, a belly dance teacher in Toronto, is pictured during her first performance of the night.
A fan in the front row reacts as Franky Scarlet, burlesque teacher and founder of the Burly-Q Babies burlesque troupe performs.
Pepper Noire of the Burly-Q Babies performs to a packed house.
Honey Fury bares all during her final performance of the night.
Here’s a few photos I took during a Sunday out with my girlfriend this past July. It was a beautiful day outside, we had already gone to the beach and then we decided to go to a the small petting zoo at Lester’s Farm to see the baby goats, piglets & calves born in the spring! Great day.
Green Party candidate Treat Hull reacts during a conversation with Liberal candidate and current Prince Edward-Hastings MPP Leona Dombrowsky before an all candidates debate held at Loyalist College on Tuesday, October 4.
Prince Edward-Hastings MPP and Ontario Minister of Education Leona Dombrowsky addresses the crowd in the Loyalist College Alumni Hall during the opening remarks of an all candidates debate held at the college Tuesday evening.
Had some fun shooting the Lancers rugby teams as they faced off against St. Lawrence during the men’s and women’s games this weekend at Loyalist. This was my first time shooting rugby and I gotta say I really like it; the action is fast and the game is exciting to watch (especially when you have to jump back from the sidelines to avoid becoming part of the play!). During the ladies game it was absolutely freezing outside and overcast, by sunset it had cleared up and the light was great for the men’s game.
The Lancers men celebrate after defeating the St. Lawrence Vikings 22-3.
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