As with my images in the Toronto Star, most of my images published in the Toronto Sun have been lost to the ages as well. The only remaining clippings I have are a shot that I got from a tractor trailer crash that I passed on the highway while on my way home. The other clippings are from an award I won when I submitted an image I shot at a motorcycle hill climbing event at Hockley Hills, near Orangeville, in Ontario in 1980. I was 20 years old at the time and studying at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (now...Ryerson University). The image was shot on a Canon F-1 body with a Vivitar 400mm manual focus prime lens. I won first place in the black and white division for all of the Canadian entries in the 1980 Kodak International Snapshot Awards contest. I won an additional "award of merit" for the shot in a separate judging category. You can click on any image to enlarge it to full screen.
This image won first place in the 1980 K.I.N.S.A. awards for all Canadian B&W entries.My clippings of the award for my motorcycle hill climb shot.First place black and white in Canada for the 1980 K.I.N.S.A. awards.  I was 20 at the time.Driving home one day I passed by this accident and got out to record the incident.This image won me 3rd place in a weekly judging of the 1980 K.I.N.S.A. awards from the Toronto Sun.A crash on the highway.  Another incident I got through my police scanner.I stopped and shot this while on my way home.  A shot not acquired from my police scanner.