On Assignment – Photos I’ve taken for Metro Winnipeg from October 2016-March 2017.
Liberal MLA Cindy Lamoureux stages a sit-in outside Min. of Education and Training Ian Wishart’s office.
Atticus McIlraith collects baby formula to donate to Winnipeg Harvest every Christmas.
Alex Kondakov is urging federal officials to help his Siberian wife come to Canada.
Rayne Phillips shows off a framed photo she took as part of a project encouraging children in the North End to learn photography.
An iconic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that once hung from the Winnipeg Arena rafters is temporarily erected in downtown Winnipeg.
Three-year-old Paul Mondeh went for his first-ever skate at The Forks Monday as his father looks on.
Sitti Ali, a refugee who walked across the U.S. border to enter Canada, speaks at a United Way press conference.
Jim Burt stands among his candy collection at the storied Nutty Club in Winnipeg.
RAW: almond, a pop-up restaurant on the Red River, is under construction.
Labour studies professor Julie Guard waves to drivers from the University of Manitoba Faculty Association picket line.
Jonah Olsen, a member of the University of Manitoba Student Action Network, speaks to the crowd gathered at the UMFA picket line.
Chef Leighton Fontaine and manager Mallory Letkeman show off one of their signature dishes at the Village Diner.
Remembrance Day 2014 – A photo essay for journalism class
Soldiers fired cannons filled with gunpowder at the Manitoba Legislative grounds Remembrance Day service.
Hundred of poppies line the Winnipeg cenotaph on Remembrance Day.
A soldier inserts ear plugs before the ceremonial shooting of cannons at the Manitoba Legislative grounds.
Seven-year-old Noah Jones reacts to the cannons being fired at the Manitoba Legislative grounds.
Theresa Hunt looks on as cannons are fired at the Manitoba Legislative grounds.
Bombardier Colin Smith shakes hands with a woman thanking him for his service.
Cpl. Cliff Bennett enjoys a beer at the Army, Navy & Air Force (ANAF) Club 60.
Portraits – Various in-studio and environmental portraits shot throughout 2015
Maria Botelho partakes in her favourite weekend activity: reading the obituaries.
Leonard Kies received an invoice for three outstanding parking tickets from 1996 on Friday. (Jessica Botelho-Urbanski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Dancer Melanie Botelho-Urbanski leaps over the train tracks on Creek Bend Road.
Tannis Miller was held up at knifepoint on a Winnipeg Transit bus, but lived to tell the tale.
Eight-year-old Cub Scout, Kieran, takes a break during the 45th Winter Derby in La Salle, Manitoba.
Priya Tandon, co-owner of Clay Oven inside the Hydro Building, is a first-time business owner and member of the Pilot Patio Program. (Jessica Botelho-Urbanski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Margie Glennie, 87, was served an eviction notice for her home of 23 years at 500 Widlake St. in late May. (Jessica Botelho-Urbanski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Assassins Rugby – Photos from the men’s and women’s 2014 semi final games at Maple Grove Rugby Park
Assassins Autumn Yahiro and Keziah Laurea make their way to the rugby pitch.
Brett Kehler from the Assassins Rugby Football Club dekes out some opponents from the Highlanders Rugby team.
Assassin Cameron Clark is the victim of an unfortunate dump tackle.
The Assassins overpower the Highlanders in a haywire scrum.
The Assassins and Highlanders compete for ball possession in a lineout.
The Assassins’ Brett Kehler wins the lineout.
The Assassins women, including Kim Koverzin (center), warm up for their semi final game.
The Assassins undergo a cleat check before their game.
The Assassins huddle in for a cheer before their semi final starts.
Assassin Kim Koverzin tries to rip the ball away from the opposing Brumbies, with support from Assassin Rachel Donnelly.
The Brumbies take an early lineout.
Nola Leba cheers on the Assassins club.
Coach Steve Erickson gives the Assassins a pep talk.
Assassin Keziah Laurea listens to her coach during a half-time huddle.
Assassin Lindsay Wahl cools off at half-time.
The Assassins’ Rachel Donnelly wins a lineout for the club.
Assassin Keziah Laurea prepares to take down an opposing Brumbie.
Assassin Robyn Eaglesham prepares to stiff-arm an opposing Brumbie.
The Assassins forward pack readies for a scrum.
The Assassins get back in the game after a fumbled play.
Assassins win… and celebrate.
Assassins captain Hayleigh Bell relaxes after a hard-fought game.
Pride Winnipeg 2014 – Photos from the city’s annual LGBTQ* parade
First-time festival-goers enjoy the Pride parade.
Mandy Wood brought her four-year-old daughter Olivia and friend Chase to Pride. “I want them to know that being gay is accepted,” she said.
Friends Melanie Lessard-Lesk and Brittany Holm enjoy the Pride festivities.
First-time festival-goers enjoy Pride.
Musicians perform in the back of a moving truck during the Pride parade.
Kyle Van Rösenhoff and James Harper celebrate at Pride.
Winnipeg fathers bring their babies to Pride.
Parade-goers at Pride Winnipeg.
Joshua Sapoznik (right) represents on the University of Manitoba’s Rainbow Pride Mosaic float.
Fame Nightclub’s parade float.
Pride participants cool off after a hot parade.