It’s been a crazy few years to say the least…
The pursuit of this dream began over 9 years ago now. The past 6 have been dedicated almost solely to climbing photography, as I am sure in the next 6 it will continue to be my main focus. But in the last 2 years I have also fallen in love with the world of Stand Up Paddling – SUP. After several back-to-back seasons chasing eastern Ontario and western Quebec waterways, shooting SUP has taken a worthy second ranking in my pursuit.
A big thanks for that development goes out to my good friend and champion SUP racer, Courtney Sinclair. Court taught me the ropes on paddling and has been a tremendous help in the development of my paddling photography. Check out her page – www.courtsinclair.com – to see some of my recent paddling work, and to connect with Court if you find yourself in White Water Region, Ontario.
In the past year I have undertaken several major life changes – All for the better – which lead us to today. The continuation of something familiar, but the start of something new, as well. Without giving away too many of the exciting notes, here are a few of the visible changes you will be finding over the coming weeks across the site…
- One big change you will see coming will be the implementation of some advertising links across the site as a way to help me continue to keep doing what I love to do. This implementation will come through links in blog posts, sometimes in the form of a banner ad, or a side bar ad. One thing I can assure, is that I will not promote any product or services that I, myself, would not be willing to use. When it comes to gear you can trust that most items are gear that I do own, trust and use. If there is ever an event where I do not own a product discussed, this will be made clear.
- The addition of a Paddling Photography section in my portfolio – I am very excited to share some of the work I have been doing on this!
- More blog posts! You’ll be hearing recounts from my walk-about through Australia, more trip profiles, and more!
- … Coming soon (I can’t give away all the goodies just yet).
But for now, training season is under way for me, and boulder season is just around the corner – albeit a snowy corner. And those Bow Valley limestone walls beckon.
See you out there.