Halifax, NS, Canada
Darren Calabrese is an award-winning photographer specializing in portrait, reportage, and editorial photography.
Based on Canada's east coast, Darren's work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, TIME, The Globe and Mail, The Daily Telegraph, Sports Illustrated, VICE Magazine, The Canadian Press, Maclean's, among others.
Darren's work has also garnered numerous accolades and awards including Pictures of the Year International, News Photographers Association of Canada, Ontario Newspaper Awards, etc.
2015 - Canadian Photojournalist of the Year - nominee, 2015 - Pictures of the Year nominee - NPAC, 2013 - Pictures of the Year - NPAC, 2012 - Pictures of the Year International, 2008 - Canadian Picture of the Year - NPAC
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Sarah Ferguson and her dog Frank stand in traditional mummer dress in St. John's, Newfoundland.
In its simplest form, mumming involves getting “rigged up” in costume, using anything one can scavenge in the home to disguise identity or gender – curtains, lampshades, old clothing – before going unannounced to neighbours’ homes for impromptu kitchen parties with music and drink.
The centuries-old Christmas tradition of mumming all-but disappeared in Newfoundland and Labrador following violence associated with the practice in the 1800s along with the financial realities that have fractured the province's tightly knit neighbourhoods; however, a new generation of cultural activism is attempting to revive the one-time popular holiday tradition.
A barn stands in the background as a matador prepares for the final bull of the day inside the bullfighting ring erected amidst cornfields in Dundalk, Ont., Canada.
An iceberg is seen at sunrise over the small hamlet of Elliston on the eastern coast of Newfoundland. Elliston, one of the easternmost points of North America, has seen weather patterns push icebergs closer to the coast with greater frequency than past seasons.