Well, I’m pleased to say this will be my third and final update on my Acts of Confederation project. While I haven’t even started posting the photos, I’m confident to say that the images will be starting to hit Flickr in the middle of February. The final roll of film is due to be shot on the 9th of February. Uploading everything will take place in small logical groups, connected by a common theme. Because unlike the War of 1812, so much happened around the province of Ontario and Quebec that were all linked. So I made a point to gather images together in logicalRead More →

It’s been some months since I last put up an update for my ongoing history project so I figured I should keep you appraised at how things are going. All I can say is that things are moving along rather well! I’ve been plugging away on the photos, my wife has even come along on a few trips and I’ve made a huge dent in the photography and writing. Both the actual book and the blog posts. Having written the narrative first has made doing the photography so much easier because now I can always go back and review the images and make sure IRead More →

So we’re now three months into the new year and you may be wondering when the content from Project:1867 is going to start appearing here on the blog. So I’m here to give you an update on how this project is going to work, where it’s at currently, and the way content is going to hit the Internet. The short answer regarding online content is you’re going to have to wait. I mean, by this point I have not shot a single frame for the project, and you know what that’s okay. Unlike the War of 1812 project the primary vehicle was the Internet andRead More →