Travel led to my love of photography, I can’t imagine one without the other. I am an accredited member of the Professional Photographers of Canada and recently earned my Master of Photographic Arts as well as several awards for my travel photography. I am also a part-time instructor of photography with the Ottawa School of Art. I have travelled extensively since I was a teenager, including living in Mauritius and South Africa. I’ve also been to Europe, Turkey, Hong Kong, Colombia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, many parts of the USA including Alaska and have led photography tours to India, Iceland, Sri Lanka, France, South Africa, Namibia and Morocco. I can’t think of a better way to combine my two passions of travel and photography than planning and hosting a photography tour. Join me on a future tour or let me help you plan a trip with a focus on photography.
UPCOMING TOURS: Mediterranean Cruise (September 2019), Peru (May 2020), Morocco (September 2020) & Galapagos (November 2020).
I love travel, adventure and new experiences. My passion for photography started with wanting to capture the memories of my travels. I love looking back at pictures and remembering the people I met and places I visited and how I felt about them. I’ve been an avid traveller since I was little – including living on a sailboat and visiting many incredible places over the years.
I opened Jennifer Boggett Photography 7 years ago after years of training and classes. My favourite photography assignments have been the destination weddings and events I’ve been commissioned to shoot. These have taken me to Italy, Spain, France and Guatemala.
Mentoring other photographers is also a passion. Hands on, in the field instruction is my absolute favourite way to teach. I love being able to help guide someone to take the photo they see in their head. I love seeing other photographers creative visions come to life.
I look forward to new adventures and meeting new people as a host with Focus on Photography Tours.
Tracy Elliott is an Alberta based photographer who loves combining adventure with his camera. His Dad started him on the path to this wonderful way of expressing himself when he was quite young and he has had a camera in his hand ever since. He has studied art and photography all through high school and University where he definitively learned that he can’t draw or paint, but a camera did feel very natural. Along with taking pictures Tracy also has a love for doing anything outside. Photography is an inherent part of anywhere he goes.
Over the years Tracy has done many different types of photography; landscape, sports, portrait, real estate, wedding and event. Since 2007 he has had the opportunity to teach photography for the Continuing Education department at Mount Royal University. He has developed most of the courses for the department and loves teaching students the finer points of photography.
Through Mount Royal, and privately, Tracy has conducted many workshops from ice climbing photography to photographing landscapes in places like Banff and Waterton National Parks.
“I love learning about photography, teaching photography, talking about photography, and of course taking photos.”
Tracy lives with his wife and daughter in Calgary Alberta.
Sandy Sharkey is a former Ottawa morning show radio announcer who is now following one of her lifelong passions: horse photography. From a very young age, Sandy was drawing horses on the back of grade school assignments. She eventually discovered new freedom behind a camera lens; travelling extensively to find and photograph her favourite subject: the wild horse.
In 2013, Sandy photographed wild American mustangs that had been displaced from public lands in Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah. Her next subjects were Costa Rican horses, against a backdrop of rivers and jungles. In June 2014 Sandy spent three days photographing Canada’s rugged and sturdy wild horses on Sable Island. She returned to Sable Island in June 2016 to observe and photograph the iconic horses that dreams are made of.
Sandy’s images have appeared in several publications and her work adorns the walls of public spaces and private homes alike.