22 March, 2017
Ian McGregor Photography launches a new domain: im.photography, which serves both as a landing page for ianmcgregorphotography.com and another convenient way to remember the web address for Ian McGregor Photography.
9 March, 2017
Ian McGregor Photography launches Photographer's Tools, with a handy set of online references and calculation tools geared towards photographers.
12 January, 2017
Honoured for being in the top ten most popular photographers on Viewbug for 2016.
10 January, 2017
I started working with Outdoor Photography Canada, providing landscape and nature photographs to the magazine as well as contributing my first essay.
4 November, 2016
Started a reletionship with Infinity Management, a Saskatchewan based Modelling Agency, for creative outdoor portraiture as well as the exclusive head-shot photographer for Regina.
3 November, 2016
Won the Tourism Saskatchewan 2016 Outdoor Fun Category Winner on Prairie Joy. Also won Honourable mention in the Woods and Water category for Rays Through The Autumn Valley.
2 November, 2016
Lone Moose won honourable mention in the Flora and Fauna category in the 2016 Canadian Geographic Annual Photo Competition.
9 December, 2015
Won runner up in the Canadian Geographic RCMP Show Us Your Canada photo competition.
9 April, 2015
Ian McGregor Photography's Facebook page reaches 5000 page likes.
10 December, 2014
Tourism Saskatchewan awards Ian McGregor an honourable mention in the Nature In Saskatchewan category in the ExploreSask photo contest.
16 December, 2013
Tourism Saskatchewan awards Ian McGregor as grand prize winner and winner of the provincial parks category in the 12th annual snap it photo contest.
6 June, 2013
I started working with Prairies North Magazine, providing landscape and nature photographs to the magazine, website and calendars.
20 November, 2012
Ian McGregor Photography Facebook page founded.
10 January, 2012
The registration and initial lauch of ianmcgregorphotography.com.
Ian McGregor Photography Flickr account created.
In 2008, Ian McGregor moved to Saskatchewan, Canada and started to photograph the beauty of the Canadian Prairie.