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Meet the Ambassadors

Harry Shaw

Instagram: @hxrryshaw
Youtube: @hxrryshaw

Harry's Favourite Lenses

  • 14mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art for E-Mount
  • 50mm F1.4 DG DN | Art
  • 105mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art for E-Mount

Harry Shaw is a photographer based in Vancouver Island, Canada. Five years ago, he picked up his first camera with the goal of becoming a filmmaker, but soon discovered that his true passion lies in photography. Since then, he has gravitated to the Sony Alpha ecosystem and has a collection of his favorite SIGMA lenses.

Harry's particular focus and enjoyment lies in low-light and nighttime photography with its characteristic blue tones, when the unique interplay between natural and artificial light creates a surreal atmosphere. Much of Harry's published work is street photography, depictive of his appreciation and fondness for finding the unique and interesting in any setting or environment.

Kam Vachon

Instagram: @kamvachon
Youtube: @KamVachon

Kam's Favourite Lenses

  • 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary
  • 85mm F1.4 DG DN | Art for E-Mount

Kam Vachon is a travel and lifestyle photographer based in Quebec, Canada. She’s happiest when she gets to capture the beauty all around her while immersing herself into her environment to document authentic people and their stories.

As a child, Kam was dreaming about travelling the world and visiting unique places off the beaten path. She would read the world Atlas book and try to remember as much information as possible. She knew early on that she wanted to live a life full of adventures.

In 2018, she took her mother’s camera and left for Peru. Her passion for traveling was a perfect match with her growing interest in photography. From that trip on, she was hooked and would continue her quest to travel the world by going to places as far as Antarctica.

Inspired by Steve McCurry and Harry Gruyaert, Kam’s personal work revolves around travel and documentary photography. She aims to document moments of daily life and showcase the beauty in the mundane.

Holding a passion for the world and an eye for the beauty it contains, Long Creek, Prince Edward Island based photographer Dave Brosha is one of Canada's most respected photographers. On a continual journey to seek out and capture the beauty of this world – whether it’s the beauty of some of most extreme and pristine environments in the world, or the beauty of humanity, Brosha is talented across a wide spectrum of photographic genres and avoids labels.

In addition to living throughout northern Canada for much of his life - an area of Canada that he has worked hard to document and share with audiences around the globe, Dave – along with his beautiful wife, Erin, and three children – have also lived in Asia and have traveled extensively through both the many provinces and territories of their native country and numerous countries abroad.

Published in countless media outlets around the globe - online and in print, including CNN, Photo Life Magazine, Canadian Geographic, the Daily Telegraph, up! magazine, Australian Antarctic Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Dark Beauty Magazine, Outdoor Photography Canada, the National Post, Reader’s Digest, the Toronto Star, Macleans, The Huffington Post, the WWF, The Globe and Mail, Up Here, The Today Show, the CBC, up! Magazine, the Vancouver Sun, Above & Beyond, and CTV, Dave’s work defies genres and his passion is limitless.

His work has been featured by Flickr, 500px, Petapixel and is listed in's "Inspirational Photographers: A Curated Guide To The Best Photographers On The Internet".

He has taught photography around Canada and the globe, including engagements for Nikon (Dubai), One Ocean Expeditions (Antarctica), After Dark Education (St. Louis), PPAM (Plymouth), the Globe and Mail (Toronto). Nationally, he has been featured as a presenter at both CAPA (Vancouver/2015, Ottawa, 2017) and PPOC Inspired Vision Conference (Keynote, Charlottetown, 2015). Dave leads photography workshops around the world, preaching creativity, authenticity, and respect for this planet’s many wonders.

Dave is proudly a SIGMA Pro Photographer, a StrobePro professional, and a regular contributor to Photo Life Magazine and to Outdoor Photography Canada.