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Meet the Team

Patti Foley

Publisher, Photographer

The publisher of Picture Pathway and Just Sayin' Caledon. Born and raised in rural Nova Scotia Patti’s background is in the real estate, non-profit, and municipal sectors. She is a self-taught photographer who now spreads her time and her wings around Wasaga Beach, Caledon, and the occasional Caribbean vacation.

Mike Foley

Co-Publisher, Developer

Designer and Co-publisher of PicturePathway.ca, and Co-publisher of JustSayinCaledon.com, Mike has used his Fleming College training and experience in multiple programming languages to build his own business creating, upgrading, and maintaining websites. This Caledon resident possesses a strong belief in the effectiveness of web technology and web-based solutions, as well as their growth in the future.

Jason Foley


As a transportation industry executive, Jason’s creative outlet is photography. A skilled photographer, from macro to astro, he has recently become an avid vintage camera collector, shooter and darkroom developer. Everything old is new again. Born in Nova Scotia, he is raising his family in Brampton, and makes Bobcaygeon his second home.

Marica Villeneuve


A full-time award-winning artist, Marica is gifted with the ability to combine realism and surrealism, creating fascinating artwork that makes the impossible look possible. During a previous position with a prominent North York gallery she was able to deepen her experience in the art world. Her talent for custom framing allows her to perfectly complement her unique pieces.

Nikola Boadway


This Palgrave area personal trainer recently rekindled her love of painting, saying she forgets everything when she paints and likens it to time standing still. When she ran out of wall space she began to offer her art for sale through friends and social media and has not looked back. As a personal trainer she has a keen understanding of the human anatomy which comes into play in some of her art.

Robert Simeon


Rob loves sharing photos from around his home in the city of Toronto, his hometown of Caledon, and his travels around the world. He is a marketing expert currently working in municipal government. In 2015 he founded Dash Marketing, a small agency that helps small to medium sized businesses with their digital marketing needs including web design and social media.

Marilyn Matis


From a young age Marilyn has spent time hiking through local conservation areas and learning about nature. Her passion for photography combines with her love of wildlife to produce wonderful nature photography. While some of her pictures happen as close as the feeders in her backyard you can often find her hiking on the Caledon Trailway or the Bruce Trail.

Jim Sutton


This self-taught Wasaga Beach photographer lives next to the beach. Jim uses either his Nikon D3400 for which he has a few lenses, or sometimes just his Google Pixel 7 which he describes as "more camera than phone," to "capture the beauty of the beach all year round." He will share images with us every month.

Gary Hall


In June 2000 Gary transitioned from a 35-year career in education to community volunteering and spending more time outdoors enjoying nature. Retirement gave Gary the opportunity to delve deeper into his long-time hobby of photography where he was able to pursue his dream of specializing in wildlife photography.

Lori Dawn Allard


Lori Dawn Photography is all about capturing the little things in life. From a butterfly on a flower or a pebble in the water, to mountains and oceans and everything in between. Being able to join the day with a bride and groom or witnessing the birth of a child. Life is a journey and Lori specializes in capturing the special moments along the way.

Rita Di Vilio Trudeau


With a background in construction and engineering, Rita continues to contribute her knowledge and skills as a consultant and trainer in project management. Her photography interests are architecture and landscape, with aspirations in astrophotography. Her curiosity in this creative medium makes her a perpetual student of the craft.

Lynden Cowan


Self-taught artist Lynden Cowan was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The seashore and local forests she frequented in her youth are often expressed in her artwork. She exhibits her oil paintings across Canada and the USA. Lynden is an elected member of the Ontario Society of Artists, the Society of Canadian Artists, the Colour and Form Society, the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society of North America, the Allied Artists of America and is a Signature Member of Artists for Conservation, and the Federation of Canadian Artists. You can visit Lynden in her studio at the Alton Mill Arts Centre, 1402 Queen Street West, Alton, Ontario.