A few of my friends and I were blessed to have gotten permits in Supai only a couple of days before we started our LONG drive down. Most hikers have to book permits almost a year in advance. This place is seriously magic. The water is bright blue from limestone deposits and you can only get to it by foot, horse, or helicopter. This was definitely an experience to cross off the bucket list.
After our unreal time in Supai, Arizona, the team and I sent it up to California to Alabama Hills and Yosemite. This was my first road trip experience of California and the first time for me in Yosemite. The towering rock faces and 3000 ft drops were enough to completely take the air out of your lungs. I definitely need to go back for an extended stay.
One of my most unreal adventures to date was our month and a half long sponsored road trip from Vancouver to Alaska this past summer. It truly is the last frontier. We witnessed the vast wilderness, glaciers that went on forever, and remote mountain huts. This trip gave me more experience than any trip I have ever done.
While on my way up to Alaska, I worked on assignment with Destination BC in order to promote lesser known areas of BC for Canada's 150th birthday. We saw parts of the Province I had never seen before like Haida Gwaii, Liard River Hot Springs, Salmon Glacier, and much more. It really got me stoked on the beauty of the Province I live in.
Here are a few of my favourite photographs that I did for Wild Coast Fruit Co, Stanley Park Brewing, Eddie Bauer, Wiivv, Rumpl, and Spy Optic.
While on the road to Alaska, we spent a fair amount of time in the Yukon. We worked on assignment with the tourism board, Travel Yukon during our stay. We hiked through Tombstone Territorial Park for four days, this was one of the hardest treks I have EVER done. Then the day after hiking out, we flew right over it with Tourism Yukon for a better look.
One of my favourite places to travel to is the Southwest. Utah and Arizona have never-ending adventures, from Zion National Park, to staying in traditional hogans of the Navajo in Monument Valley, to battling the crowds for a arch framed view of the Canyonlands. It truly never gets old.
The Canadian Rockies are the perfect playground for an adventure photographer. Every time I go I always find a new and exciting adventure.