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The Value of Exploration

Sometimes you need to throw logic out the window and just explore.  No agenda, no timeline, no shot plan – just GO. It’s very common to see the typical iconic photographs taken in the National Parks in both the U.S. and Canada.  They are accessible (mostly), and depending on the weather, afford both the professional […]

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A Surreal Journey

Greetings friends! It’s been a long couple of months and several thousand miles of travel to capture the footage and time-lapse frames needed to produce my latest clip, but the experiences have been more than worthwhile. Here it is: And now for the rest of the story… I experienced everything from photographing the northern lights […]

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Northwest Territories – A Sense of Adventure

Date:  January 19th, 11:24pm. Conditions:  -30F & wind gusting to 40-50km.  Bitterly cold.  If you’ve read “To Build a Fire” by Jack London – that’s the kind of cold I’m talking about here. Upon our arrival at the shore of the frozen Great Slave Lake, we scouted out a location that looked promising.  It was […]

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Departing to Jasper and onward to Yellowknife…

Hello Friends, I will be leaving on another adventure in Alberta and Northwest Territories from January 13-22.  While it’s unlikely that I will have e-mail capability, I will do what I can to respond to any inquiries, but it is unlikely I will have much ability to communicate until my return on Jan 22. Want […]

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An element of adventure…

To my success or failure, there is one constant when it comes to what I choose to photograph.  It boils down to whether or not a particular trip I take contains an element of adventure. Please don’t misunderstand me, I love seeing epic landscapes, wildlife in its natural element, and rural-themed agriculture scenes – but […]