This page showcases some of the photographs I’ve taken over the years, most of them are from near my hometown, Burns Lake, in British Columbia. I’ve taken over 4000 photos with my 5 year old, 10 megapixel Canon. Before digital came along I shot film with a Pentax camera, mostly colour, but also some black and white that I developed myself. My grandfather is a professional photographer who has shot film of Rams in the Rocky Mountains and landscapes in south Saskatchewan. His magnum opus is the book, “Ram of the Rockies.” I dedicate this gallery to him.
It’s also important to note that I shot these pictures as an artist, not as a photographer so their primary purpose to me was as reference photos. In any case I hope the viewer finds them to be of value.
This photo was taken on native land outside Vanderhoof, B.C. There are many interesting hills and cliffs in the area.
This is an old, worn out walkway at Long Lake, outside of my home town.
This was taken near Fairmont, B.C. Part of the system of local hot springs.
On of my favorite hiking spots, Nadina Mountain near Houston B.C.
This photo was taken near a potash mine in Saskatchewan.
Some interesting rock formations near Banff, Alberta
Another close up of the waters at Fairmont.
This photo was taken near Fairmont B.C.
This is a picture of the ground at a cold spring near Burns Lake, B.C. Nature is full of abstract art.
This is a picture I took on a hike up Nadina mountain, I was probably lost in the forest when I took this one.
Taken near Endako, B.C.
This photo was taken just outside Burns Lake, B.C. It’s a calcium deposit from a cold spring.
This picture was taken mid-September in Saskatchewan. The powder on the ground is from the local salt mine.
This picture demonstrates the impact a human figure can have on photograph and how much context and scale it provides.
This photo was taken years ago while I was on vacation with family at Fairmont, B.C. The water pouring out of this waterfall is quite hot.
A view of the Hazelton mountain range from the top of Hudson Bay Mountain outside Smithers B.C.