Photographer. Climber. Wanderer.
I grew up canoeing and camping in northern Ontario and Quebec. I cut my teeth climbing in the Shawangunks, Connecticut, Idaho, and Wyoming. I lived and worked in Florida as a photographer and freelancer for Kiteboarding Magazine, and as a guest blogger for GreenPeace International. My wife and I moved to Seattle in 2012 for the mountains and we're proud to call ourselves Cascadians.
As a climber, I push myself to move faster, higher, and to places few have been. As a photographer, my goal is to capture a sliver of the beauty found in these wild places. Through my work I hope to show our own insignificance and humility in the face of the remote places of the world.
I hope you enjoy my work. Thank you for visiting.