1. Squamish itself gave off a LOT more light pollution than I expected. Damnit!! (The bright orange isn’t a wildfire…. It’s just Squamish!) Read More
2. I noticed a LOT of shooting stars, which was a pleasant surprise. Had no idea that I was shooting the very start of the Perseid Meteor Shower. So, travelling so far from Vancouver definitely workout out well in THAT regard!
I swear, every astral event over the past year that I’ve wanted to photograph was FOILED by clouds and bad weather. But not this one! I was STOKED to see a clear evening in the weather forecast. I photographed this year’s super blood wolf moon at Blakeburn Lagoons in Port Coquitlam, which is just a short drive from Vancouver. This lunar eclipse was INSANE. Read More
Man, is the west coast not one of the most gorgeous places on the planet??! I especially love these classic west coast sunsets that we get. Read More
Sometimes the urge to get out into nature completely overtakes me. I had a couple hours to kill one evening, and I wanted to do something by the water… especially now, while the water levels are CRAZY high and powerful. I ended up going to Gold Creek out at Golden Ears Provincial Park in Maple Ridge. Read More
Ever have one of those days where you just get into your car and start driving, with no destination whatsoever in mind?
That’s kind of how my night photoshoot at Porteau Cove came to life. Read More
With nature photography, there always seems to be one rule that applies every single time – you’ll NEVER get the shot you have planned out in your head. Why? Mother Nature is unpredictable, and let’s face it… She does what she wants, when she wants! Read More