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Living on the West Coast of Canada means there is plenty of rain to experience during Spring. They don’t nickname it Raincouver for nothing. Knowing I have gear that can stand up to the elements and is breathable for those longer shoots outside is key. This past month I teamed up with @CanadaGoose to put their rainwear to the test around Vancouver. I am definitely impressed with the functionality and protection that their jackets provided. Here’s to more days outside! #dryanywhere
Living off the grid never looked so good.
If you saw my story, this photo, along with a few others was featured in Oprah’s new book. That’s pretty cool, but I wanted to share that fact to encourage all of you out there to keep working hard at whatever you’re doing. Three years ago I had an iPhone that I took all of my photos with. I’ve tried my best to improve and learn from others. I may not be the best out there and I know I have lots to work on, but for now, these little victories tell me I’m on the right path. So keep at it friends, I can’t wait to hear about your successes!
Had a quick stop over in Hawaii and connected with some amazingly talented friends while there. Always nice to visit a paradise like this, but it’s more often the people you meet along the way that make a place truly special.
Some of the bluest water I’ve ever seen in a river. New Zealand has been the source of blue gatorade this whole time!?? 😱
When packing for a trip, I try to keep my gear to a minimum. Having a jacket like the new GORE-TEX Nomad from @CanadaGoose allows the functionality of a lightweight down with the added protection of GORE-TEX, for when I'm uncertain of the weather I'll face. It’s great to partner with a company that can blend cutting edge technology with timeless style. #cgxgoretex #dryanywhere
First photo from New Zealand. This is Mt. Cook also known in Maori as Mt. Aoraki. We hiked up to Mueller Hut and caught a beautiful sunset. Often very shy and covered in cloud, we were lucky to catch a tiny look at this incredible mountain. Have you experienced Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park?
This spot in Italy was so stunning that we had to visit twice. The first time was windy and very dramatic as you can see in photo 4, but the other time was perfectly still and so peaceful. What type of weather do you prefer to capture?
A few shots from a pretty incredible hike through the Rockwall in Kootney National Park. This photo was also recently featured on the cover of British Columbia Magazine which is always neat. You can see it on my stories.
My first DSLR was a Canon. It was given to me as present when I first started taking photography seriously; I had no idea what I was doing. Since then, Canon cameras have accompanied me on many incredible adventures and through some pretty wild weather. I’ve always been able to count on them to be ready when it’s time to take the shot. Thankful to @CanonCanada for their support over the years and the ways they have helped validate upcoming artists through their #One2Watch campaign. #shotoncanon 5d Mark IV, Canon 16-35mm f2.8 III. ISO 100, 16mm, f/2.8 1/200
This was one of those places that we stumbled upon last minute and couldn’t believe our eyes by the beauty. We just came up for sunset and met a couple other guys who were fishing and sleeping there for the night. No one else around. Places like this you keep close to the chest and hope when you return they’ll be as beautiful as when you left.
Winter in Canada can be long and challenging at times. But it can also be pretty beautiful too, if you look in the right places.