Photographing Western Canada is about more than taking pictures for me. It's about the stories, experiences, and journeys of discovery in an unspoiled part of the world. In Alberta, changing your location by a hundred kilometers presents a different set of adventures and stories. My discovery of beauty and nature has grown to include other parts of the world in the travel gallery. Regardless of where my travels take me I still consider myself a student and am continually learning and exploring.
Canadian Rockies Photos
Photos of mountains, lakes, and waterfalls taken from the national and provincial parks of Western Canada. This particular gallery is rife with scenery that fits the archetypal postcard image and embodies the rugged outdoors lifestyle.
Alberta Foothills Photos
Where the Rocky Mountains meet the boreal forest and where I call home. With its abundant wildlife and plant life this is a place where all of us can connect with the natural world.
Alberta Prairies Photos
Delapidated fences, barns, and fields are featured in this gallery. Themes of farming and agriculture are almost unavoidable when photographing the Alberta Prairies because of their effect on the landscape.
Alberta Badlands Photos
One of my favorite areas to shoot because it feels otherworldly. The Alberta Badlands are filled with desert scenery, venomous creatures, and dinosaur bones.
The Pacific Northwest is home to incredible scenery like rolling hills, prehistoric coastal forests, and the continuation of the Rocky Mountains. Many of the photographers that inspire me live in this area.