Please contact me to order prints. Regular prints are 5×7 , 8×10, 11x 14 and then up to any size you desire .
For large format print : See our 49 foot wide by 9 foot high Panoramic Shot Of Lake Windermere at The AG Food Store In Invermere .
Also a 4 foot wide by 8 foot tall Mountain Scene can be seen In the Radium Hot Springs Credit Union . We also done some banners for Radium Tourism Booth as well as Golf the valley booth .
For graphics work : For such large projects – We use our local Eggplant Studios .
Family Portraits & Outdoor Photo Shoots : Can be done on an hourly bases and will include a CD with your photos . These Shoots can be done in a setting of your choice and where feel the most comfortable or you are drawn too or have a special meaning .
Commercial Photography Shoots : Can be half days – Full Days – plus travel time if more than 25 Km from Invermere
Guided Photography Hikes
There’s nothing greater than being deep into the natural world. I lead small photography-focused hikes around the Rocky Mountains, showing you some of the most pristine and gorgeous natural landscapes British Columbia has to offer.
These hikes can be organized with your schedule in mind and your personal interests – please contact me to plan your next hike!
There is half day tours for wetlands and wildlife photography and full days for most hiking tours .
I will supply the transportation ( Toyota FJ Cruiser 4 by 4 ) and fuel as well as a satellite based tracking devise for emergency’s. We do Recommend that you have your own bear spray ! Due to the increase of many having allergies and certain dietary needs , lunch is up to each person so you can bring what suits you . I will have some extra water bottles since having plenty of water is a key and must on hikes .
We do however recommend that you always have some back up snacks such as protein bars , cliff bars , dried nut & fruit mix and Mio electrolytes for mixing with water.
Good hiking gear includes : Good boots which have been worn in,since new boots can give some nasty blisters . Rain gear , toque and baseball cap , gloves , sunglasses and sun protection are a must.
I highly recommend hiking poles for increased traction when hiking . Also some extra clothing is always handy , should one get wet or sweats a lot . Bug Juice is handy for those pesky mosquito , which changes from year to year .
Rate Your Ability : 1. Strong – 2. Intermediate – 3. Beginner – Here are a few other things to Ask yourself : Would I be comfortable on snow and ice ? Have you had any medical condition I should be aware of ?
If all the above pans out , then lets go and experience super natural British Columbia the way few do .