Family Safari

Several readers of my regular column over at Precedent Magazine have asked me to post my complete 5-part “The Crime Traveller Africa” series in a single place.  I’m going to do you one better dear fans.  Here, in its entirety, is the complete series and, as an added bonus, I have added extended never-before-seen drafts […]

The Savagery of Souvenirs

Reports have emerged today of the worst recorded case of poaching in Kenya’s history as an entire family of twelve African elephants were gunned down by professional poachers using automatic rifles. As a criminal defence lawyer, I’m accustomed to seeing acts of ruthless violence perpetrated against the innocent and the helpless. And I am keenly […]

Galapagos: The Movie!

I’ve never been a video guy. Send me on a trip and I’ll pack two cameras, four lenses, and a terrabyte of storage space for my thousands of still pictures, yet my camcorder will get unpacked entirely untouched. Enter Shane, my brother-in-law.  On our recent bromance to the Galapagos Islands with Gap Adventures he bristled with […]

Closer…closer…a little too close!

Sometimes, getting a great travel shot means leaning in as close as you can or cranking up the zoom on your telephoto lens. Other times, reason (also known as The Crime Traveller’s Wife) intercedes and encourages you to take the picture from a safe distance. [All the photos below were taken by me in Costa […]

The places we go and the people we meet…

One of my favourite elements of any travel excursion is an opportunity to photograph the places I travel to and the people I meet while I’m there. As my wife and kids will no doubt attest, Daddy is not happy on vacation unless he’s got a camera around his neck. Having said that, one of […]


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Ed Prutschi is a criminal defence lawyer in Toronto, Canada practicing at the law firm of Adler Bytensky Prutschi. When not completely absorbed by the rigours of his trial practice, Ed revels in grabbing his camera ..