Terri & Ray’s wedding at Nita Lake Lodge

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Miscellaneous | No Comments
Terri & Ray’s wedding at Nita Lake Lodge

After a week of rain, the sun came out for Terry & Ray’s wedding at Nita Lake Lodge.  I did a quick walk around beforehand to check out the light and advised them that although it was sunny the wind had dropped the temperature to around -15˚C so they chose to have their ceremony indoors.  […]

Heli-wedding at beautiful Beverly Lake

Posted by on Oct 3, 2014 in Weddings | No Comments
Heli-wedding at beautiful Beverly Lake

This lovely and easy going couple wanted to do something special to celebrate their wedding which was to be an elopement.  They researched and booked a heli-wedding months in advance and on the day there were some nerves as there were low clouds and wind which threatened to cancel or postpone the flight.  Thankfully the […]

Hayley & Phil’s Squamish Wedding July 29 2014

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Weddings | No Comments

This was one of the most casual and relaxed weddings that I’ve ever had the pleasure of being the photographer for.  Set in the beautiful Sunwolf campground just outside Squamish, the shade of the trees provided a wonderful backdrop for the wedding. Here are a selection of my favourite photos from the day:

The Great Cheakamus River Extreme Kayak Race

Posted by on May 20, 2014 in Miscellaneous | No Comments

Today I went to take a look at The Great Cheakamus River Extreme Kayak Race.  I’ve never watched a kayak race before and it was certainly very fun.  At this time of year the river is running quite high after some warm weather and snow melt but it didn’t seem to phase the men and […]

Commercial photography for Tourism Nendaz

Posted by on Apr 27, 2014 in Miscellaneous | No Comments

I was very excited to be offered an assignment for Tourism Nendaz in Switzerland this winter.  They needed photos of all of the ski itineraries (off piste, controlled tour routes) in the 4 Valleys ski region including Verbier.  They wanted to capture the sheer size of the mountains and how it might feel to ‘drop […]

Architectural photographs of a luxury catered Chalet in Nendaz, Switzerland

Posted by on Feb 2, 2014 in Miscellaneous | No Comments

I recently had the pleasure of helping Lucy and Andy Studer with the final preparations of their new luxury catered chalet in Nendaz, Switzerland – ‘Les Etoiles de Montagne‘ (meaning the stars of the mountains). Nendaz is part of the 4 Vallees region of Switzerland and has access to a huge ski area (including Verbier).  […]

The faces of Istanbul

Posted by on Jan 25, 2014 in Portraits | No Comments

Today I decided to focus on the people and atmosphere of Istanbul.  It’s a city of some 13 million people and it certain does feel like it!  There are big streets crammed with every type of vehicle and tiny streets crammed with every imaginable shop.  Many of the places certainly feel like tourist traps with […]

Jan 23, 2014 – The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 in Miscellaneous | No Comments

What a lovely place to visit – a photographer’s dream.  This is the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, day 57 of my new 365 Project.