Saltscapes Magazine

Family Roots

Gotta love Saltscapes for always putting us on these feel good Maritime stories!  This time we got to visit Carolyn and Allan VanDine, local bean growers from Red Bridge, NB, who have a long history of farming and family heritage in New Brunswick.  We had a super fun shoot with these folks as they gave us a tour of the old farm, talked us through their complete family history, and showed us how to sort out beans to get ready for the market…apparently the cat helps out too!

Check out the May/June issue of Saltscapes Magazine for the full story, and get a bit of farming history from New Brunswick in the process!

Rancho Relaxo


After being on the road pretty steady for the last month, it was awesome to be able to work with the gang at Broadleaf Guest Ranch right in the middle of it all, and get in some solid chill time in the process!  They put us up for the night, hooked us up with a killer lunch, and then showed us around the family farm where we pretty much just played with horses for the rest of the day…not a bad gig!  If you're in the Hopewell area and could use some down time, check these guys out for sure!

And look for a full story about these guys in the upcoming issue of Saltscapes Magazine…quite the family legacy they've built here!  Click on the photos below to open gallery...


Supper Time


Another pretty sweet gig we recently had was working with Chef Alex Haun in St. Andrews, NB for a story coming up in this months issue of Saltscapes Magazine…I think it's in stores this week actually.  After a pretty fun photo shoot of documenting Chef Alex at work, we then got to sit down for supper and hear about his business, and the benefits of using only fresh (often hand picked) local ingredients.  This was shortly followed by us solving all the worlds problems over a couple glasses of wine…but I think that's pretty standard.  You can check this guy out here:, and click below to see a few photos from the shoot!

Eat This!


We've been doing some work with Saltscapes Magazine lately which has been pretty fun so far, and has given us the opportunity to meet some great people and hear great stories about things that go on in and around Atlantic Canada.  The first story we got to work on was with Corey Nutrition Company, which come to find out, is an international pet food manufacturer based out of Fredericton that distributes their products all over the world!  Funny how you can drive by something pretty much every day, but have no idea what goes on in there!  Here's a few photos from our tour of the place, which ended up being featured in the March/April issue of Saltscapes…check em out!