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The chicken buses of Central America

This past month I went on an amazing four-week trip through Central America. I took this chicken bus from Antigua, Guatemala, to Santiago Sacatepequez, an hour’s drive away, for Day of the Dead celebrations on Nov. 1, 2013. Only the biggest cities in Central America seem to have public transportation — in the absence of […]
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You’re invited! (A post-layoff update)

Getting laid off comes with its own set of anxieties but once I let go of them, it was pretty alright. I’ve got almost a full-time schedule now as a freelance editor; I’m embarking on a four-week trip through Central America on Monday. Most exciting of all, I am putting together a solo photo show […]
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How I learned to stop worrying and love the layoff

I love my job at the Toronto Star. The elevator spiel — that I get paid to look at photos all day — really is the happy truth. Like, I got to make a video about a Lego man who went to space. But the Star, like all newspapers, is struggling. (They posted a 44 […]
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San Diego Zoo, California

Mike and I took a trip to southern California a couple weeks ago. Some photos from the San Diego Zoo: Flamingos, fucking. Tourists, watching flamingos fucking. Asian elephants. Giraffes, big and small. See more photos on my Flickr page.
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Roncesvalles beauty parlour

Beauty parlour on Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto, May 11, 2013
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