Born in Borneo, Malaysia in 1968, Wei moved to Edmonton, Alberta in 1986, bringing his love of drawing, sketching, and painting with him. Much of his early artistic focus was engaged primarily with the Watercolour medium, but shifted to photography in the early 2000’s with the advance in digital technology.

Embracing the beauty of the Canadian landscapes surrounding him, he has been able to capture a variety of subjects, from the grandeur of city skylines to pebbles in a backyard brook.

Wei’s passion in finding the beauty in details and objects that many may pass over has inspired him to reproduce and enlarge those images on canvas and other media, all beginning with a simple photograph.

His works have been sought after by both public and private collectors around the world. Wei began his career in the picture framing industry in 1987 and is now the proud owner of a Fine Art and Framing Business where he is continuously exploring new mediums through which to express his art.


Dale MacMillan was born and raised in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. After completing the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Photographic program in 1994.

Dale joined the ranks of the Edmonton Sun Newspaper’s photography department. It was there that he began his photography career. Now an established veteran, Dale’s photographs have appeared in such prestigious magazines as Sports Illustrated, as well as many other international publications.

Dale’s assignments have taken him to the last three FIFA World Cups, as well as The European Championships this past summer in Portugal.

He is currently the official photographer for the Canadian Soccer Association and the Edmonton Eskimos Football Club.