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This photograph was made on my second visit to this beautiful place. My first visit was stormy – thunder and lightning thundered and flashed all night as rain pounded down on my tent. Winds roared and thousands of giant trees, previously burnt in a forest...

I visisted this place two weeks in a row. The first time to scout, and the second time to make this photograph. My tripod and camera bag were strapped onto my bike. The first few kilometres were an old logging road. When the route became...

It was a blast photographing on-location with Much Music on this warm winter morning. The 2010 Olympic Games were in town and Icebreaker clothing hired me to get some behind-the-scenes shots, while working around the television production. Jesse Giddings, Liz Trinnear, Tim Deegan, and Sarah...

A treasured hiking book of mine describes this place as the quintessence of the Canadian Rockies. I hiked up here five times, in as many days, to find the right light. Glaciers, peaks, alpine meadows, streams, wind, rain, thunder, lightning, sun, clouds, marmots, birds, bears,...

Towering high above the quaint mountain town of Chamonix, in the Alps of France, is Le Massif Du Mont Blanc. Mont Blanc itself – the highest point in the European Alps – is just to the right, out of frame of this photograph. Throughout my...

What better a subject could one possibly find than one's own family. Pictured here, four generations apart, are my grandmother Doris Brettell at eighty-five years old, and my nephew Morgan at four: Great Grandmother and Great Grandson. As with many of my favourite portraits I...

When I first arrived in Whistler my goal was to photograph ski film superstars. That goal was accomplished in my first winter when I photographed Matchstick Productions' spring kicker session for the classic film "The Hit List." My first great success as a ski-photographer was...