The grand spectacle of the Milky Way over Moraine Lake, a rare dark and clear night at one of the most famous viewpoints in the Canadian Rockies.
The Wolverine and the Butterfly, a 20-day ski traverse into the coastal Monarch Icefields, by guest authors Ken Lee and Aaron Snider.
A brief window of clear weather spurs an overnight trip to Abraham Lake to explore the gorgeous Orion region of the galaxy under a perfect dark sky.
Ancient fossils, beautiful dark skies and wildly eroded desert landscapes make for a great fall trip to Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta.
A billion stars shining above granite spires, followed by the magic of moonrise at Bugaboo Park, British Columbia.
Night sky photography and climbing mountains made for a spectacular weekend of alpine astronomy in Rogers Pass.
An exploration into the process, chemistry and 7,000 year tradition of brewing beer.
A brief window of great weather enables a capture of the winter Milky Way over Peyto Lake in Banff, plus some great skiing.
Added a new image collection because I love the simplicity and timeless look of black and white photography.
An attempt to escape the Canadian winter results in being chased by snowstorms through the desert of Arizona and Utah.
Gave two talks on night photography to the Royal Astronomy Society of Canada, Okanagan section. Great group of people passionate about the night sky!
A few weeks sea kayaking in the stunning wilderness of Alaska with rain forest, giant marine mammals, and bears. Big, friendly bears.
Dog photography sessions are now available. The perfect gift for the canine in your life.
This image made the cover of May/June SkyNews magazine, from Camping Under a Billion Stars.
Back from a photography and biking road trip to Utah. Love the southwest desert!
In our more-is-never-enough society, the popularity of over-saturated photos triggers a rant about embracing reality and how less is more.
SkyNews magazine publishes the story of our Vanagon-enabled road trip to Oregon to witness the solar eclipse.
A mix of good and bad weather on the Wapta Icefields traverse from Bow to Stanley Mitchell huts.