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Kevin Lamb

Kevin Lamb picked up a camera in 2000 and by 2005 was freelancing for the Barrie Examiner newspaper until its closure in 2017. He is an award-winning photojournalist, with his work having been seen in many news outlets across Canada and internationally. Kevin is also an avid travel and wildlife photographer, with subjects ranging from polar bears in Canada’s Arctic to great white sharks at the equator. In 2008, he was chosen as a winner of Canadian Geographic’s Wildlife Photography of the Year. Kevin has also documented countless Canadian musicians over the past 15 years, such as Rush, Joel Plaskett, Gordon Lightfoot, Blue Rodeo, and The Tragically Hip. He lives in Barrie with his wife. They have a cat named Fred

Recent Work by Kevin

Therapy dogs front and centre at recent police funeral in Barrie

Therapy dogs front and centre at recent police funeral in Barrie

Several canines from St. John Ambulance's therapy dog program were on hand at officers' funeral to try and coax even a slight smile out of people at the heartfelt ceremony
South Simcoe police funeral in pictures <b>(22 photos)</b>

South Simcoe police funeral in pictures (22 photos)

Funeral service for slain officers Morgan Russell and Devon Northrup held Thursday at Sadlon Arena in south-end Barrie
‘My heart was racing’: Vehicle travels wrong way on Highway 404

‘My heart was racing’: Vehicle travels wrong way on Highway 404

A Mount Albert farmer was driving a large truck home from Toronto and captured the incident on his dash camera near Newmarket
'Dogs are family': Caring for elderly pets means honouring bond

'Dogs are family': Caring for elderly pets means honouring bond

'To the dog, the owners are everything — guardian, teacher, playmate — and reward us with love and loyalty that few other things can,' says dog owner
<b>OPINION:</b> You're welcome... for saving you from a speeding ticket

OPINION: You're welcome... for saving you from a speeding ticket

The 'fast lane' seems to be the domain of the 'late-for-work' crowd, the jacked-up pickup truck warrior and the kamikaze sport-bike pilots, but should it be? As a regular Barrie-to-Toronto commuter, Kevin Lamb has a look
<b>OPINION</b>: Teenage Head guitarist's death silences 'quiet giant'

OPINION: Teenage Head guitarist's death silences 'quiet giant'

Gord Lewis, key component of iconic Ontario band, 'was a quiet and gentle man who spoke with his time-worn and battle-scarred Gibson guitar'
Shania Twain dazzles, closes Boots and Hearts <b>(13 photos)</b>

Shania Twain dazzles, closes Boots and Hearts (13 photos)

After the storm passed, Canada's queen of country music sang all her hits in a 90-minute set that wowed a record estimated 50,000 fans at Burl's Creek
Boots and Hearts sizzling hit amid humidity <b>(15 photos)</b>

Boots and Hearts sizzling hit amid humidity (15 photos)

Tens of thousands of country music fans from across the province and beyond enjoyed the music and madness of iconic festival Saturday
Hells Angels gather to honour 'legend from the biker community'

Hells Angels gather to honour 'legend from the biker community'

Heavy police presence surrounds gathering of an estimated 800-plus riders in Newmarket
Legendary Lightfoot celebrated at Mariposa <b>(10 photos)</b>

Legendary Lightfoot celebrated at Mariposa (10 photos)

'Gordon Lightfoot lives in our blood, he’s the soundtrack to some of our ... most beautiful memories as well as some of our biggest disasters,' said Tom Wilson