Canadian journalist Scott Taylor is photographed at War Museum in Ottawa. In 2004, while covering the conflict in Iraq, Taylor was kidnapped by Ansar Al-Islam and held captive for five days.
Owner of Ace Mercado, restaurant that specializes in Mexican rooted cuisine, Phil Faubert photographed for Style Magazine in Ottawa.
Portrait of Korean War veteran Eric Devlin.
Portrait of Claude Poirier the president of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) taken at his office.
Sid Cratzbarg is a retired teacher and flamboyant local fashionista known as the 'Aristocrat of Scent'. Cratzbarg specializes in fragrances and organizes local fashion events for charity.
Portrait of Ottawa artist Kalkidan Assefa and his painting reflected on his sunglasses.
Kieran Maharry-Bradshaw was denied playing minor football because of league politics. his old team, the Myers Orleans Bengals, won’t sign a waiver, to allow him to play for the North Gloucester Giants.
Minister of Employment and Social Development Jason Kenney is photographed in his office in Ottawa, February 26, 2014.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay photographed in his office in the Parliament Hill in Ottawa, June 11, 2013.
Hockey coach and Ottawa Senators fan Sébastien Fortin. Photographed for the story on Senators fans who canceled their season tickets as a protest to the team's policy change.
Portrait of Grete Hale at her home during the reunion of Tattoo 1967. The group was part of the Canadian military that performed over 150 shows across the nation, celebrating military history during the country's centennial celebrations.
Local slam poet Jamaal Jackson Rogers, 'JustJamaal the Poet', is one of the hosts of the slam poetry jam at House of PainT Urban Arts Festival in Ottawa.