My photographs were recently published on the front and back covers of ZOOM magazine, which is a fantastic publication about life on the Sunshine Coast. It's packed full of photographs and articles that often focus on the work of artists who live here.
Also, a starfish photograph that I took several years ago is on the back cover of ZOOM. As you may have heard, starfish are dying at an alarming rate, with a mortality rate estimated at 95 percent. Entire populations have been wiped out in the Salish Sea off British Columbia's coast (where I live) and in Puget Sound off the coast of Washington, as well as along the coast of California. Last summer when the outbreak began I noticed we still had a plentiful, healthy population here and I still see lots of starfish in the harbour here.
Getting back to ZOOM magazine, a photograph I took of a group of pholiota mushrooms was also published because it won first place in a mushroom contest.
I've been published in ZOOM five times now. If you'd like to see the digital versions of these magazines, here are some links for you to check out starting with the most recent:
Here's a warning though: once you've had a look at these magazines, you'll probably want to move here!