Harry Carter poses for his portrait in one of the theatre rooms at the Cochrane Movie House in Cochrane on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020. Carter graduated high school in 2019 and has since been working at Cochrane’s local movie house until he finds other inspiration for a career path. (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Ranch Hand Cole Hughes poses for his portrait at Edge Hughes Cattle Co. in Cochrane on Thursday, March 4, 2021. Hughes grew up on his families land and has been working with cattle since he was young. He currently operates and manages a plot of land with over 50 cows on it.(Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
James Gaida, owner of Fit Body located in Cochrane uses the ropes on Saturday, March 13, 2021. Since the pandemic, Fit Body Cochrane has been running zoom classes and has loaned the majority of its equipment to clients so they can continue their workouts at home. (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Devin Petitclerc, founder of Rebel Comics poses for his portrait in Cochrane on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021. Rebel Comics is Cochrane’s first comic book store, founded by Devin and his brother three years ago. (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Michaela Clarke of Wild Rose Living poses for her portrait in Cochrane on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. Wild Rose Living is a home based cookie business, making and selling cookies to Cochrane and the surrounding area. Clarke has been operating to of her home since September of 2020. (Photo by Jack Carter/The Press)
Alberta Health Services Paramedic Derrick Butler poses for his photo at the Cochrane firehall on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. “It is not a smiling job right now,” said Butler as he spoke of the hardships and cuts presented to paramedics across Canada. (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Allyssa Naugler, right, and Mindy Mallon of Mindy’s place located in Cochrane pose for their portrait at their hair salon on Friday, March 5, 2021. Mindy’s place Opened August of 2020 with Allyssa having been in the industry for 13 years and Mindy for 38 years. “We worked for a chain for many years and decided we wanted to give back to Cochrane and offer affordable services. “Our mission, quality service for a great price.”
School Resource Officer Paul Carter, Poses for his portrait with his cruiser outside Forest Lawn High School in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. Carter became a police officer with the Calgary Police Service in 2008, when his family of six moved to Canada from England. Carter first started on the streets of Calgary as a beat cop, and later moved into CPS’s mountain bike unit for a couple years before applying for a school resource position. (Photo by Jack Carter/The Press)
Small batch ceramics maker Brooklyn Hume poses for her photo at Saffron Collective Studios in Cochrane on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. Hume started making ceramics in September of 2019 and is currently on the way to starting up her own business called Hume Made.  (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Emily Carter of Emily C Art, poses for her portrait in her basement studio located in Cochrane on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. Carter currently teaches art to school aged students, and works on commission pieces for the Cochrane and the surrounding area. (Photo by Jack Carter/SAIT)
Fence and Post Sous-chef Lucas Killian, poses for his portrait in Cochrane on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Killian was born without his left arm from the shoulder down, but even with an amputation such as his, he has found a passion in working with good food and building life long friends in the industry. Killian’s passion for cooking came from his family, he experienced good, wholesome food growing up, which inspired him to pursue a career in cooking. (Photo by Jack Carter/The Press)
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