The first time I stepped onto the exposed western edge of British Columbia, I was stunned and immediately fell in love with the landscape. The way the trees, each unique and beautiful, stood ragged and tattered against the unending wind. It was a place that seemed wild and unbound, I was immediately captivated!
I have spent most of my adult life living and working in coastal British Columbia, as a wilderness guide & instructor, ski hill manager, photographer, web site designer, volunteer whale researcher, and a few other odds and ends, always with camera in hand. I have had the pleasure of exploring pristine coastal areas and have seen what an amazing gift we have here in BC, where much of our coast is unspoiled, and a thriving ecosystem still exists. In very special places like the Greatbear Rainforest, on the North Coast of British Columbia, I have watched first hand as the ecosystem continues to heal and the number of Humpback and Fin Whales that return to its rich feeding grounds continue to grow each year.
This collection explores the natural world, from the smallest flower to the mightiest whale. I hope you enjoy!
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