Sometimes I spend time in front of the camera and on the road with eminent photog Grant Harder. I am the "person in the landscape" that gives that extra, little touch to a place. Full gallery and interview with Grant and some of our road trips for Destination British Columbia here on Booooooom!

A few moments captured while flying from Mexico City via LAX and home to Vancouver.

L.A. Story

I spent a few weeks in Los Angeles over December and was constantly absorbed in the different visuals everywhere around me; I guess it's when we're somewhere different than our everyday surroundings that things can look so interesting. Here are a few of the details that I brought home with me. Full gallery here

NUNAVUT GOLD: A moving picture story

I was recently invited was invited to spend a week at Prosperity Goldfields' property to tell the story as their summer exploration team searches for gold in Nunavut, Canada's northernmost territory. Take a contemporary look at the wildlife, beautiful landscapes, and lifestyle that surrounds this timeless hunt.

Flooded. As seen on TV!

A few weeks ago I spent some time looking at one Calgary neighbourhood that was underwater during June's floods, and I was really surprised at how high the water level got to-even hundreds of metres away from the river. It was very surreal to walk among vacant, boarded up apartment complexes-quite like an episode of TheWalking Dead.

Full gallery here.

Noorduyn Norseman, Nunavut

After shooting some very buggy photos up in Nunavut this past july, I had a great flight out from a remote camp on an awesome Norrduyn Norseman airplane. It was a 6 am departure with fantastic light over the beautiful Nunavut landscape. Flying over you realize that everything looks quite peaceful until you have your feet on the ground and the black flies close in on you. The Norseman ceased production in the late 50's and my pilot told me that there are only a handful still in operation in the world. Apparently it's kind of an art to keep these planes going so I count myself as lucky to have flown in one. This particular one has been "metalfied", which means its original fabric (yes fabric!) exterior has been retrofitted with metal. I would've loved to experience what flying in a fabric covered airplane would be like, but I'll take this in the meantime.