Serendipity – Best of 2014

Despite my best efforts in 2014 to do a shitty job of marketing what I do in the world of Stills, some good people decided to give me some excellent jobs that are starting to skirt the dream of synergy between job and lifestyle. Some of my clients throughout the year included Fairmont Hotels, Lululemon Athletica, Visioncorp, Ski Canada Magazine, Helly Hansen, and MEC.

Here are some of my favourite photographs from the year, some haven’t been shared before, and some have, enjoy!

1. Adventure photography is one of my favourite types of work and a Sunglasses company contacted me for a Catalog shoot where we did everything from Running to Fly-fishing and Climbing.
Adventure photography is one of my favourite types of work and a Sunglasses company contacted me for a Catalog shoot where we did everything from Running to Fly-fishing and Climbing.

2.This year saw some firsts in the way of Backcountry skiing adventures, this was a perfect spring day climbing and skiing one of the classic Highway 93N couloirs on Mt.Chephren
This year saw some firsts in the way of Backcountry skiing adventures, this was a perfect spring day climbing and skiing one of the classic Highway 93N couloirs on Mt.Chephren

3.2014 was also a first year for working as a Photography guide. As an avenue to meet people and show them around this beautiful home of mine, I was also able to reach some of my favourite locations more often.
2014 was also a first year for working as a Photography guide. As an avenue to meet people and show them around this beautiful home of mine, I was also able to reach some of my favourite locations more often.

A good friend decided that this year his birthday was best spent climbing up to a cave known as the Hole in the Wall. A group of around a dozen of us made the trek up. Ultimately we were having too much fun and forgot to leave in time so the last few hours of the descent were in the dark and we arrived around midnight at the cars.
A good friend decided that this year his birthday was best spent climbing up to a cave known as the Hole in the Wall. A group of around a dozen of us made the trek up. Ultimately we were having too much fun and forgot to leave in time so the last few hours of the descent were in the dark and we arrived around midnight at the cars.

Full gallery here:
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