I am an explorer.
I photograph my experiences as I travel through unique and remote locations around the world in order to bring them to as many people as possible. I hope to inspire others to get outside and enjoy this magnificent world of ours.

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  • We Could go Forever

    Me walking the “au chevalle” (Horseback) section of the West Ridge of Pigeon Spire. A classic route in the Bugaboos, Selkirk Mountains, BC, Canada. 

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  • Gimme Shelter

    Fitzroy Inn Gokyo in fresh snow, Khumbu Region, Himalayas, Nepal

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  • Stars over Valhalla

    Half-hour north facing exposure of mt. Gimli in Valhalla Provincial Park, BC, Candad. August 2014.

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  • Stone Skyscraper

    I thought I’d do a throwback to some of my Patagonia photos from Dec 2012. Enjoy!
    Cerro Torre, Patagonia, Argentina

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  • Sunrise

    The col between mt. Uto and mt. Sir Donald at 6:00 am the morning of the climb.

    Glacier National Park, BC, Canada

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  • High winds blowing snow off the top of Everest (slightly hidden on the left) and Lhotse (right)

    Khumbu Valley, Himalayas Nepal

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  • Tantalus Range

    Early morning light looking back along the glacier towards mt. Serratus on the way to climb mt. Dione.

    Coast Mountains, BC Canada

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  • There is no road to Everest

    Khumbu Valley, Himalayas, Nepal

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  • Crevasse

    Late in the season, a huge crevasse has opened up on the glacier to the left of the Alpine Club Haberl cabin in the Tantalus range north of Vancouver in BC, Canada.

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  • Valhalla

    Sun beams arc down through forest fire smoke that hangs in the jagged valleys of Valhalla provincial park, BC, Canada. Taken from the summit of mt. Gimli.

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  • Good Evening Mr. Goat

    Valhalla Provincial Park, BC, Canada

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  • Ama Dablam at Sunset

    Khumbu Valley, Himalayas, Nepal

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  • Mulvey Basin - Valhalla Provincial Park, BC, Canada

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  • Top of mt. Sir Donald
From our most recent climbing trip (2 days ago). We climbed the North-West ridge of Sir Donald, which is one of the 50 classic climbs of North America. The route is 5.4, but felt much harder as the need to move quickly was so important. We simul-climbed most of the extremely exposed ridgeline and the ascent took us about 6 hours. The descent was very complicated and time-consuming (it took us 7 hours) and consisted of 18 rappels (some of them extremely sketchy) and a lot of downclimbing. We were beyond elated that the weather was stable and everything fell into place for us to make it to the summit and back.
Glacier National Park, BC, Canada July 2014
  • Top of mt. Sir Donald

    From our most recent climbing trip (2 days ago). We climbed the North-West ridge of Sir Donald, which is one of the 50 classic climbs of North America. The route is 5.4, but felt much harder as the need to move quickly was so important. We simul-climbed most of the extremely exposed ridgeline and the ascent took us about 6 hours. The descent was very complicated and time-consuming (it took us 7 hours) and consisted of 18 rappels (some of them extremely sketchy) and a lot of downclimbing. We were beyond elated that the weather was stable and everything fell into place for us to make it to the summit and back.

    Glacier National Park, BC, Canada July 2014

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