Category: Portraits

Lest We Forget

On Labour Day weekend, my wife and I took the ferry over from Victoria to visit my wife’s grandmother Shirley at her nursing home in Port Angeles, Washington. The visit was bitter sweet for both…

By jadamson

September 11, 2017

You've Got Mail!

Meet Dawn. She is a rather special postal worker for Canada Post, who not only delivered mail to Victoria’s downtown core, but as you can see, also delivered plenty of smiles along the way. You see,…

By jadamson

September 4, 2017

Gemnini

The nice thing about being a photographer coming from the advertising industry is that I’ve learned to tell a relevant  story. Whether it’s been through television commercials or through social media campaigns, I’ve learned that the…

By jadamson

July 31, 2017

Queen Mother

A couple of years ago, I thought I gave my mum the biggest, and best surprise for her birthday by shipping myself over to my hometown, Toronto. Once I landed, I took a cab from the airport…

By jadamson

July 17, 2017

Cantos at StudioBell

I had a terrific visit in Calgary last week catching up with clients, some close friends and a special venue I had to return to to see the finished product. Yes, the StudioBell National Music…

By jadamson

June 28, 2017

Kent of Inglewood

There was a time not long ago when people took the time to do things right, the old fashioned way. And today, many of us are making strides to take the time and slow down…

By jadamson

June 22, 2017

The Banker

They say money talks. But for me, it’s my photography that does most of the talking, (a thousand words to be more precise)  And on this occasion, I thought I’d try out a new lighting…

By jadamson

June 9, 2017