🇨🇦 Canada 📖 Published artist 👽 Ancient Soul 🏔 Ambassador @among_the_wild 📝 Featured by Adobe, Space.com, CanGeo 📚 Learn from me
Starcrasher A small collection of images taken at some of my favourite locations around the Canadian Rockies.
Gaze upon the infinite cosmos . Get lost within the depths of the universe. Space is an inspirational concept that allows us all to dream big
Though my soul will set in darkness,it will rise in perfect light ; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.
Shadow of the day
It’s been an awesome year so far adventuring to some cool new places, meeting a ton of cool new people from abroad. I look forward to the many new adventures and new friends the rest of the year has to bring. 📸 @maddi brennan
Learn how I edit my photos by following the link in my bio. I teach all my colour work, blending techniques, how to replace skies, web sharpening for the best sharpest images. How I process my star photos from start to finish !
The Golden Hour Rivers never flow backwards. Be like a river, forget the past and always focus on the future.
A photo taken back in 2017 while on an adventure with my good friend @ppodski . Was an epic adventure around Vancouver Island although we didn’t get the best conditions it was still a great time nonetheless. Im planning on making my way back here In a few weeks after I get back from Mt. Rainier with @derekvculver @nickif24 @saramarisaphoto and whoever else wishes to join us. Thanks for looking
Time is like a river. You cannot touch the same water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again.
Vanaheim The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. One of my favourite quotes and something I have lived by over the years. Always move forward
Rise to the stars, high atop the mountains. Where the soul touches the sky endless ancient mountains stretch as far as the eye can see. A shot I took after hiking and taking several chair lifts to the top of these insane mountains in Whistler. The ancient peak here is known as Black Tusk. I don’t often create black and white photos but I felt it would work well with this particular scene.