A little video I had the pleasure of shooting and editing of Torrence Poteet of the band Elsewhere at a live concert in mid December. The featured image was shot by my lovely wife Genoveve Zepeda Whiston. You can see more of her handiwork from the evening on Elsewhere’s Facebook page.
Beautiful fog descended on campus as the sun was setting earlier last week. Was fun to try and snap some pictures!
Hello! Here is Bible College Update IV: the abbreviated version. I apologize that it has been so long, and I apologize that this will be such a broad stroke, but I wanted to share some exciting stuff that’s been going on lately. We’re Making an EP! After Christmas break, we did Songwriting II and Project […]
I feel like I’ve been drifting. It makes me wonder. Do I really need God? I’ve been doing pretty good so far… yet still I know I need Him. He seems so far away. /// But that was earlier. Now I feel forgiven. The peace that passes understanding is rolling over me. But as much […]
First an important video about the number three (which will also explain the title of this post). A substantial amount of time has passed since my last update, and for that I apologize; I will attempt to fill you in on the goings on here as best I can. Seven weeks ago, I got a […]
Had some spare time before supper today, so I had some fun experimenting with an old Tamron 85-210 mm lens coupled with a lens adapter on my T5.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy […]
Hello friends and family, As the long weekend comes to a close and with it my first week at Bible College, I am pleased to present the second update. When I left you last we were in the middle of orientation, learning all about life here on campus. It was mostly a bunch of rules. […]
I made sure to bring along my camera on a hike to Siffleur Falls in Nordegg, Alberta. After having been to Jasper a few times now, I forgot how beautiful the other parts of the rockies are. The colours become even more vibrant with the changing of the seasons.
I’d seen it earlier. You’ve probably seen it too—the image on the front of the Globe and Mail on September 3 2015. The three year old in the red t-shirt, washed ashore on a beach resort. His name was Alan Kurdi. “That’s awful,” I said to myself. Then I went on with the rest of […]