Honestly, I had nothing planned and I was just terrified, terrified of meeting new people, and of trying something new.
I want to acknowledge the Nolie family for inviting me and my children into their homes and places of preparation as a photographer during the weeks leading up to their potlatch. The Memorial P̓a̱sa for Dorothy Rachelle Nolie (A̱bepa, ‘Na̱mnasolag̱a) was held on May 14, 2016, in Yalis by the Nolie family coming out of… Continue reading WITNESS
While I don’t consider Saskatoon my home – that will always be the North – I am raising my daughter here, and I’m showing her the best that YXE has to offer. It’s been in part inspired by my friend Melody (a talented photographer based on the West Coast) – she makes it a… Continue reading Indigenous Summer, YXE Edition
I knew it was important to me to photograph this. Why? I guess my need for preservation.
We plucked them, gutted them so they wouldn’t rot during transport and sieged them over the fire to get the remaining of the feathers off.
Sometime I have to bring one or both of my children to work with me. I sure hope they are learning something. -Amanda Laliberte
It took me months, 8 months to be exact, before I would kill my first moose. I'll never forget the feeling. Adrenaline, fear, humbleness in the act itself.
Jessica Wood honours matriarchs - in all their forms - on mothers day.
Tucked away from the city, is my favourite cafe enchanted around a secret garden. Its become one of those places I go so often, I rarely share it
I remember going to visit the Olympic torch in a small town somewhere, can’t remember. I pretended to reach the torch, but I never actually touched it, oh well.