Amie said she was a bit short on inspiration this week, so she went for a walk around One Mile Lake, and found enough inspiration to spread around in spades with a series of snowscape photos. It reminded me of a quote I read earlier from the artist Morley, thanks to Kalmia Hockin: "We … Continue reading When snowflakes amass, amazing things happen
Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing. Barry Finlay This week's must-follow instagram account belongs to Eric McIntyre. Added bonus: you don't even have to be on instagram to follow him. His facebook page is beautiful too. Dogs. Mountain adventures. Nature. How can you go wrong? Take a quick scroll and tell … Continue reading Instagrammers of Pemberton, meet Eric McIntyre
Due to too many obligations, house-guests, family commitments, work commitments, spurts of agoraphobia, and a host of other excuses, I do not attend as many local happenings as I want to. Luckily, Dave Steers does. I love watching community life unfold through his lens. So I asked him to allow himself to be featured in … Continue reading Work in Progress, with Photographer Dave Steers
Look around. Everywhere we live, there is art, inviting us into a deeper correspondence with nature, culture, community. That's why one of our favourite columns has been the monthly Work in Progress feature. So far, in our Work in Progress column, we've profiled: Russell Dalby, photographer Bryn Hughes, photographer Jesse Fromowitz, flute-maker Vanessa Stark, artist Mike Tyler, carver and sculptor Nevin … Continue reading Work in Progress: The Round Up!
Bryn Hughes is an award winning photographer based out of Pemberton B.C.. Bryn specializes in mountain sports, spending the past 15 plus years chasing snow in both the Southern and Northern hemispheres. He is currently a Senior Photographer for Freeskier Magazine and a regular contributor to snowsports magazines worldwide. This has earned him the Telus … Continue reading Work in Progress: Bryn Hughes