Please browse my work of photography around Western Canada.


Wildlife in Western Canada is rich, diverse and fascinating, either on land, in the water or in the air. It ranges from bears to squirrels, from whales to salmon and from bald eagles to hummingbirds. Photographing wildlife takes patience, luck and perseverance.

View wildlife gallery


Canada doesn’t have the centuries old history as they do in other parts of the world, but it had its fair share of gold rushes and mining booms. A lot of small towns only existed for a few number of years, then the mine ran out and the rush was gone.

Today, some towns are better preserved than others, but I find it very fascinating to imagine how live was back then and how everything has a certain life span. Photographing abandoned places takes some research, long hikes and some luck.

View abandoned gallery


Landscapes in the western part of Canada are formed by glaciers, rivers and the ocean. Mountain ranges, mirror-like lakes and wild rivers are the perfect background for shooting great pictures. Of course, cameras and natural light play an important part, but photographing landscapes is also in the eye of the beholder.

View landscape gallery