Banff at Its Winter Best

When the temperatures drop, the mountain environment transforms and gains new character – one that is especially appealing to me as a photographer. Mountains draped in white, sun bursting through fog on freezing cold mornings, a monochrome landscape… it all adds up to some spectacular photo potential!

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Abraham Lake and A Sense of Place

A few weeks ago I went out to Abraham Lake with my good friend and fellow photographer Olivier du Tré for a couple of days of landscape photography. The day prior to us leaving, the forecast looked dismal and all but guaranteed that we would not catch a glimpse of the Rockies during our time…

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Over The Hills – Part 2 – An aerial winter look at the Banff area

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!

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The Magic of Skoki

The Skoki area has long been a favorite when it comes to backcountry areas in Banff National Park. The region boasts an amazing array of blue and green lakes in the summer, endless wildflowers and fantastic scrambling. In the wintertime, the area becomes a true wonderland for skiers. In the heart of it all is…

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The West Face of Thor

I have had several inquiries regarding the “crazy-looking mountain” since I started posting images from Nunavut so I thought I would devote a post to the incredible west face of Mount Thor. Thor is just one of several wild peaks found in Auyuittuq National Park, on rugged Baffin Island. Mount Odin is flanked by giant…

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A Taste of Nunavut

This post has been a long time in the making. It is about a 2011 wintertime trip to fabulous Nunavut. As usual I had plans to hammer out the editing for this adventure soon after returning to Banff. But as usual summer in the Rockies got busy with photo assignments, climbing, landscape work. An extended…

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An Unforgettable Morning

I just wrapped up 10 days of shooting all over the Mountains Parks with the crew from Mountains in Motion and the project is coming together very nicely. We encountered everything during those 10 days, including the snowstorm of the year, and the aurora of the year during our very last hours of shooting. Doug…

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Abraham Lake Aurora

The last few days have been action-packed as I have been spending time all over the mountain parks with the other members of the Mountains In Motion crew to gather new material for the film. Here is a still from a long time-lapse sequence captured at beautiful Abraham Lake, Alberta a few nights ago. The…

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