The freshest views of nature's good side.
When we get chinook winds in Alberta there seems to be a pretty high probability of good...
On my way home from the ski hill I swung by Barrier Lake because the cloud cover looked...
I got to work late this morning because I had to pull over to take some photos. A good...
I have lots of stories to share, tips to give, and nude photos (of my dog).
It wasn't easy but this year I finally got a reservation at the Lake O'Hara campground and had the privelage of spending a couple very cold nights freezing to death on top of a very beautiful mountain / hiking area.
I'm very happy to share the work of one of my photography heros: Dan Jurak. Dan's work was one of the reasons I decided to try photography and his photos still amaze me today.
You never know what you'll see around the next bend in the trail; a calm lake, sun breaking through the trees, or perhaps a mountain goat riding a jet ski. When the lighting is right these scenes come alive and I capture them creatively with my camera.
For me being out in the wilderness is super fun-ness bigtime! Alongside the photos there are pretty words describing the adventures that coincide with a nature photographer's lifestyle. These tales are sexy, interesting, funny, angry, and a whole lot of other things.View Galleries
I was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. I am heavily influenced by Canadian symbolism and feel patriotic whenever I see mounties, mooses, or maple syrup.
I am very proud of where I live and my heritage. When I think of Canada I picture unspoiled wilderness, mountains, wildlife and natural beauty.
The work comes from the Canadian Rockies, the Alberta Prairies, and the Pacific Northwest. I make a conscious effort to keep my subject matter narrowed to the local landscape but you never know, maybe one day I'll have a gallery full of pelvic thrusting polar bear pictures. Many of the pictures you'll see were practically taken in my backyard.
You'll never see me say that a camera lens is so incredible that it will turn your old underwear into a pasta strainer!
Instead I try to be open and honest about processing and techniques to promote landscape photography. I'm motivated by contributing to the community not by a marketing plan.
Being environmentally friendly is important to me and that's why this website was handcrafted with eco-friendly code and nature-inspired designs.
I try to support companies that promote sustainability and help protect the outdoors. I also do my part by staying on trails, not littering, and being a good forest visitor.