Chasing Yesterday is a collaborative photo journal from two perspectives. Exploring Saskatchewan's highways. Starting with a focus on ghost towns and Highway 13 (The Red Coat Trail), our photos showcase a way of life that once was on the prairies. Connecting with people on the road and on Facebook, Chasing Yesterday is a snap in time of prairie culture and beauty, a place for all to celebrate just how great the province of Saskatchewan is.
Susan Smith Brazill
Susan was a proud army brat, who has lived in most of the provinces and abroad. She is a closet visual artist and plays the piano. She has a Masters of Public Administration, is a certified coach and has her own business in strategic planning and communications. She loves red and polka dots and shoots exclusively with her iPhone. It’s all about the journey and the stories.
Hailing from Lanigan SK, Emery's upbringing involved a lot of time on the road; traveling to see family, to go fishing, camping or to various sports. He attended film school, convocating from the University of Regina in 2006. Originally starting out primarily in film and video, Emery took a leap into landscape photography in 2013. Melding his love of Saskatchewan, the road and camera gear.