Sports Photography Gallery ne of my faves to shoot, sports photography is almost as exhilarating as the ‘game’ itself. As a sports photographer you get to go to the happening locations, oftentimes with special access to the sites or venues, and you often have to get very close, sometimes uncomfortably so, as a past concussion from a hit from a snowboarder amply demonstrated to me. There’s a fine line between close and too close. Three months is a long time […]
Travel Photography The Travel Photography Gallery is up on the site and ready for viewing. I thought I would start with about 20 images; there are heaps more to come. After so many years of shooting and traveling, it’s been quite a serious job to look through so many images. But the gallery is finally here. Hooray. I’ve lugged cameras and equipment all over the planet, up and down mountains and volcanoes, through deserts, rainforests and swamps and in the […]
Angkor Wat, Travel Photography Last year, on a trip to South and Southeast Asia, I finally had the opportunity to travel to and photograph the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat, the largest religious complex ever built. Built during the Khmer Empire between the 9th and the 15th centuries, it started as a Hindu religious site and eventually morphed into a Buddhist one. Actually, Angkor Wat is just one of the temples at the complex but we have come […]
Leopard in the Masai Mara, Travel Photography Here’s a shot of a leopard from a trip to the Masai Mara of Tanzania. I love those yellow-green eyes. Nothing quite like a cat’s eye is there? During the day, like most cats we know, these felines like to sleep a lot. The heat in the Serengeti is excessive and so a tree-bed makes the perfect perch during the languid hours. At night, this guy will get a lot more active when […]
Travel Photography in the Masai Mara As I go through my photo archives to search for images for my soon-to-be-released Travel Photography Gallery, I came across this atmospheric image that I just had to share. Click on the image to get the big picture. I took this photo in the early morning of a lone figure (a Masai tribesman) walking on the expansive savannah of the Serengeti in Tanzania. There’s something about black and white photography that can distill the […]
Welcome. I'm a Comox Valley photographer based out of my photography studio in TinTown, Courtenay, BC, Canada.
I love to tell stories with dynamic images and I specialize in portraiture, sports-action, lifestyle and travel photography. Check out my portfolio and my photo stories.
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"The artistry of Gordon’s work is that his photographs illustrate truths about his subject matter that wouldn’t otherwise be seen."
- Mac Newton, The Asana Room
Pro photographer. Photography instructor. Writer. Speaker. Passionate about nature and world cultures.