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Wildlife Photography


125 Bayshore Road, Brighton

I’ve always had a love of photography. Eight years ago, my husband and I moved to Presqu’ile Provincial Park, and once surrounded by nature, I felt guided into making the decision to retire early and pursue wildlife photography full time. 

Self taught, I slowly progressed from stationery flowers to active wildlife, and most recently photographed elusive coyote pups. I will spend many hours in the forest, waiting for an endearing moment, and that is when I'm at my happiest.

To keep with the nature theme, I frame many of my images with 100 year old barn board wood.

Very honoured to be published in several magazines, including Canadian Geographic's Best Wildlife Photography 2023 and Grand Prize winner with Canadian Wildlife Federation 2023.

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