Born and raised in Stratford, Ontario, photography has been a passion for most of his life. Since the late 80’s, Doug has been residing in Marathon on the North Shore of Lake Superior. “The Canadian North Shore of Lake Superior is one of the most rugged, moody & breathtaking landscapes anywhere, I am quite fortunate to call this backyard my home”.
Doug’s ability to express his vision is portrayed by understanding and capturing these decisive moments. His photographs have won several national & international awards over the years and have been featured in several publications. As a full time professional photographer he also is commissioned for industrial, commercial and portrait photography.
Garth Hamilton lives in Marathon, and is a retired teacher. His hobbies include: wood working (laminated and burl bowls), intarsia (3.0 jigsaw pictures and scenes), and etching.
Garth is also a volunteer at Pukaskwa National Park, serving as a camp ground host, and is involved with the Marathon Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Club.
GARY AND JOANIE MCGUFFIN
Jessica Paris is from Marathon, Ontario. She has two young daughters, enjoys being creative, and loves crafting. Her oldest daughter helps her with the designs, which gives them a chance to bond and create unique items. She loves to be involved with her children’s lives and the community. Crafting provides her with the opportunity to do both.
PELLETIER’S GAS BAR
Brenda Rousselle is a member of Biigtigong Nishnaabeg (Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation). She enjoys dabbling in a multitude of crafts, which include: beading, quilting, and painting. Brenda is also very passionate about photography and almost never leaves home without her camera. She strives to do the very best in everything she does and believes in creating items that will be appreciated and loved by those who purchase her work/art/creations.
ST. JOHN’S CRAFTERS
JOSEE ST. PIERRE
ROY AND LOUISE THOMAS