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Still Barb – by Amy Brathwaite

Alzheimer’s is so cruel. It robs people of their words, their memories, their loved ones, their capacities. And as she retreats to her happy memories, it’s hardest on the family members who are left behind. Barb is retreating, so quickly. She is not old, it has not been long, but…

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trippin’ the light fantastic – by Amy Brathwaite

Remember this sassy face. A burgeoning talent in the Calgary Theatre community, not only does this woman emanate strength, creativity and empathy … she is – hands-down – one of the funniest people I know. My cheeks hurt from laughing by the end … but not before we tripped through…

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Vigil for Neil Bantleman

On Wednesday January 14, 2015 supporters of Neil Bantleman gathered at the Webber Academy to hold a vigil, continuing the call for justice to release the imprisoned teacher. Friends, students, parents of students, former colleagues, family and loved ones gathered alongside the media to sing, hold the light of hope…

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laughter sounds a lot like love.

Last year, I reconnected with my friend after 7 years or so. You may have seen his face here. So you can imagine, I was delighted when he asked me to photograph his family while I was in Ontario in August. I’ve met his siblings before, and have always appreciated…

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Good day, sunshine ♥

It’s nice to be spending so much time outdoors, connecting with new families and enjoying the incredible colours of the season … but it also means that our blog has been quiet. I’m catching up a bit, and had to share some images from a shoot earlier this summer. I’ve…

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He ain't heavy, he's my brother.

♥ This was one of the first families that I met when I moved to Calgary just over 3 years ago – and it was to meet the first born child of this kind, sweet and very cool couple. Time quickly moves on and I was delighted to meet the…

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let go, and let flow.

when little ones have grasslands to run in, dirt to play with, and shadows to chase … it’s hard to compete. And so when you let go, that’s where the beautiful moments unfold.  These determined and curious little ones kept me moving and kept me laughing, much as it is…

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