This is a follow up to a collection of summery Banff National Park aerials I posted a few months back. Here’s a glimpse into the wintry heights of the Canadian Rockies. Prints are available for anyone interested – just get in touch!Read More
Just a quick post to let everyone know that our time-lapse short Mountains In Motion: The Canadian Rockies is now available for all to see! After a few months on the festival circuit, the team decided it was time for all to view and enjoy.
We hope you enjoy it. If you share our passion for the Canadian Rockies we think you will. If you have never been here we hope the film will make you want to come and check out our mountain paradise.
The project has been a challenging one at times, but overall extremely rewarding. It’s been a great two-year ride.Read More
This past summer I had the pleasure to shoot aerials a few times over Banff National Park. Here is a different perspective on an area I feel blessed to call home.Read More
It’s been an exciting (and sleep-deprived) week in the mountains of Banff National Park. Daytime for me was spent working on outdoor shoots for local clients as well as doing some landscape photography instruction. Both clients and participants were great to work with and made the last few days extremely rewarding. I am thankful to…Read More
Hello everyone and thanks for visiting the blog! It has been quite a while since my last post. This does not come as a huge surprise since summertime is always the busiest time of the year at my end. What’s kept me busy? Well, for one, the completion of the Mountains in Motion time-lapse documentary…Read More
In an effort to view the much anticipated northern lights event of July 15th in complete wilderness, two friends and I decided to make the trip into the remote Scott Duncan Hut on the Waputik Icefield. As a keen nighttime photographer I knew that, if the skies cleared, the hut would provide a perfect viewpoint…Read More
Yet another sleepless night spent at Lake Minnewanka last night. And it was worth it. Immediately after returning to Banff from an evening ascent of Narao Peaks, I noticed the data looked good for a light show so I hastily made my way to my favorite aurora watching spot, Lake Minnewanka. The aurora danced on…Read More
For a guy who lives so close to the mountain front, it is embarrassing how rarely I venture into the Prairies. Even this past Saturday, I was just passing through on my way to more mountains, those of the Bragg Creek area (which tend to be drier and are conducive to high elevation pursuits at…Read More