A collection of my favorite images, captured from around the world. Once all of the editions of an image are sold out, it will never be available for purchase again.


This is an entirely limited collection.


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"Thunderstruck"

5/5 Editions Available


Location: Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

A single shot image captured during a very rare and intense lightning storm along the Eastern coast of the island. By far one of the scariest moments I have ever photographed in my career. This image is without a doubt one of the most special images in my collection.

"Tree of Tranquility"

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Location: Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada

An Autumn shot from from the stunning Japanese Gardens. Without a doubt one of my favorite kind of trees that I've had the privilege of photographing.  The colors, the textures, the way the branches shoot out in a wide variety of different sizes and directions; it's just simply a spectacular tree. I cannot wait to come here again this Fall. My favorite season is just around the corner and I will be making sure to take full advantage of it once it has arrived! 

"Firefall"

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Location: Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Moments from an unreal Autumn sunset up in the mountains, blended all into one epic scene. Definitely some of the best conditions I have ever experienced on an alpine hike and I am so glad I was able to enjoy it up at one of my favorite views on the whole island. This place is still relatively unknown to the public but it's growing in popularity every year. Which is really not much of a surprise since the views up here are simply beyond incredible.

"Seeking Serenity"

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Location: Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada

The Butchart collection continues with one of my favorite landscape shots I've captured in the Gardens. I just love the way the light complements the beautiful colors and textures of the Autumn foliage. This piece is definitely one of my most 'fine art' images, there is no doubt about it.

"Deserted"

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Location: Anza Borrego Desert State Park, California, USA

After a long day of riding motorcycles in the desert, I'd spend each evening enjoying the stunning sunsets that California has to offer and trying to capture as many interesting photographs as I could. I was still quite new to photography at the time so I often struggled to  find intriguing compositions. But you can never go wrong with a road shot. And this image in particular ended up being my favorite out of all the pictures I captured during those fiery evenings.


"The Final Hour"

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Location: Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

A mixture of curiosity and creativity. Where fire meets water. Where the cool waves of the sea meet the fiery clouds of the sky. Captured along the wild West coast of Vancouver Island. A place near and dear to my heart.

"Endless Horizons"

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Location: Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

This is a photo I captured after sunrise during a solo overnighter up in the mountains. It was my first time sleeping out in the woods on my own, and it certainly was an interesting experience to say the least. Despite the poor and restless sleep that I had up there though, the views that I was able to enjoy both at sunset and sunrise were beyond incredible. These mountain layers really caught my eye. I had never seen so many stacked in front of each other so perfectly before. It was such a beautiful scene and it looked perfect through a telephoto shot. Who knew that my favourite image from that hike would turn out to be one I didn't even know I was going to get. Sometimes the popular shot isn't always the best one.

"Stardust"

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Location: Monument Valley, Utah, USA

I very rarely take panoramas, mainly due to the fact that I always seem to forget to when I'm out photographing plus they don't really look too impressive on Instagram. But when I was capturing this nighttime scene, I knew that I had to take full advantage of this view and capture a full milky way panorama. It's not often that I get a chance to photograph a view this incredible at night. Even though it was 2am at the time, I could barely keep my eyes open, and my allergies were declaring World War III on my body; I'm happy to say that the efforts to get up that night and go shoot were well worth it.

"Calming Chaos"

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Location: Yoho National Park, BC, Canada

This is a 1 second exposure of one of the many stunning waterfalls located in the Canadian Rockies. The conditions were just perfect that morning and I was happy to finally return to this spot to take some long exposures. As I was putting this image together to share here online, I was thinking about the effect that long exposures can have on fast-moving water. Whether that water be from the waves of the ocean, the rushing rapids of a river, or in this case the velocity of a waterfall. In-person, this waterfall was anything but calming. It was loud, large, and aggressive. From where I took this shot, I was only a few wrong steps from going for a painful swim down this waterfall. But when you slow down your shutter speed, suddenly that chaotic nature of the waterfall turns into something soothing and calming to look at. It's interesting to me how different techniques in the field can affect a scene overall.

"Urban Twilight"

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Location: New York City, New York, USA

Quite possibly one of my favorite photos that I took on my whole trip to the Eastern side of the States back in 2019. I've always wanted to capture the city lights at night from an elevated point of view. And I finally got my chance to during our first evening in New York. As I watched the light fade away and the lights of the city begin to turn on, I realized that the shot I was wanting wasn't actually going to be captured during the night. Instead, the best possible conditions would be at blue hour, when the sky was still somewhat lit up and the colors were pronounced throughout the scene. At the same time, you'd already be able to see the city lights beginning to come alive. Blue hour sure makes for some picturesque conditions, especially when you're up on top of a building and looking down on the city.

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