Nomads on the Road
Fernie Avalanche Control Jan 13

Triggered: Avalanche Control at Fernie Alpine Resort

Fernie Alpine Resort has a unique set of challenges, which a skilled team of avalanche technicians have to manage every day. Three-quarters of the terrain at Fernie Alpine Resort sits below five imposing headwalls and in avalanche paths. This excellent documentary showcases the avalanche control at Fernie Alpine Resort

fall-colours-in-fernie-british-columbia Jan 10

Pulse by Mike Olbinski

I’ve been following Mike Olbinski for a few years now and his storm chasing work is second to none. This black and white time lapse is incredible. Watch this video in as high a resolution as possible. This is Pulse by Mike Olbinski.  Pulse (4K) from Mike Olbinski on Vimeo.

Tignes Les Brevieres Jan 6

Why I’m struggling to photograph Tignes

I have moved to the French Alps for the winter and more specifically, Tignes Les Brevieres. Tignes is home to some of the best skiing in the French Alps, relatively snow-sure and also home to the Grande Motte glacier. It is a beautiful part of the world but why am I struggling to photograph Tignes? …


Tolaga Bay – the wild and remote East Cape of New Zealand

The wharf at Tolaga Bay was once a thriving bustling pier, fishing boats, cruise ships and other vessels regularly docked at the bay. You can still see the railway tracks leading out into the bay. The wharf at Tolaga Bay stretches 660 metres out into the South Pacific, but what was once a thriving pier…