Finding pottery in British Columbia's Caribou Range

Finding pottery in British Columbia's Caribou Range

On a not so particular day in May 2016, the search for people from small towns and remote areas continues. This next story and subject come from a place in British Columbia’s Caribou Range. An area of beauty that is nothing short of breathless. After recently getting hitched in the previous Fall, to the woman of my dreams, I asked my partner in crime to join me on this next leg of Back To The Land to Northern British Columbia…

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Another random encounter in BC's Kootenays

Another random encounter in BC's Kootenays

In the last week of September 2017, my wife and I decided to do a quick eight-day road trip to the West Kootenays; two reasons, explore some new areas of British Columbia and secretly I wanted to photograph more people for my Back to The Land project. My wife continues to give me evil eyes if I don’t even humour the idea of bringing her along. Like any trip, we stop where ever we can pitching a tent in lieu of a hotel, cook food roadside because we can, annoy each other when we are bored and always keeping a keen interest to explore the things we both enjoy. Our approach may be slightly different from some and our motto is simple; we stop if it feels good and we keep going if it doesn’t. For us, it’s about trusting our intuition and just letting it

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An artist named Amy

An artist named Amy

There are some incredible artists in Calgary and one in particular I have always wanted to meet is Amy Dryer. One day, on a whim, I contacted her in hopes she would humour me and possibly sit for a portrait. A week later, I found myself standing in her studio hashing out the details.

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