Below you will see my current offering of Photo Workshops. I am sure you will find a "Wildlife", a "Landscape", or a "Cultural Workshop" that suits your style.
When you are ready to book, I will put you in touch with the appropriate person to facilitate your reservation and manage communication with you up until our time together on vacation.
Together we can see some large and small exotic creatures during your workshops with me. Whales, polar, grizzly and black bears, plus our birds of prey and moose are all wildlife-watching favourites of many that travel with me.
The vast and huge land that I call home offers stunning wilderness and natural experiences just waiting for you... and the wildlife opportunities are some of the best in the world.
From the beautiful shores of Newfoundland where the icebergs flow past the lighthouses and rocky shorelines and the whales call their summer home, to the arctic circle where the skies dance with aurora at night over some of the tallest mountains in Canada, and the old growth rain forests and pristine beauty of the Pacific Northwest; I have been leading groups of photographers on many a bucket list trip.
For me, cultural trips are not just about the photography. While the photo opportunities are ones that are some of the best I have ever had, it’s the people, the cultural and the jaw dropping landscapes that you drive through to get to the cultural destinations that I love.
My Featured Photo Workshops
Mongolia Photography Workshops
I have introduced a number of workshops that are designed to introduce you to ancient Mongolian cultures in very remote parts of a country that once ruled the majority of the civilized world.
These nomadic cultures have been in existence for over 1200 years and through my many years of travelling to Mongolia, I have created trips just for photographers to enjoy intimate photo opportunities.
Yukon Photography Workshops
Calling all photographers that have always wanted to photograph some of Canada's most exotic wildlife species, photograph the northern lights in one of the best locations in the world to capture the Aurora, and head off the highways into the back country where very few venture
It is in the Yukon where you will close your eyes and breathe in crisp Yukon air. Smell spruce sap and the earthy scent of tundra, and listen for the excited howls of husky sled dogs. But the real magic happens when you open your eyes under dancing aurora borealis.
2018 Antarctic Expedition
Dates: December 2–13, 2018
Join us on one of the best ships that ply the Antarctic waters, the 88-passenger ice-strengthened Ushuaia. We've assembled an amazing team of pro photographers, expedition leaders and naturalists to provide photography instruction, information, and guidance throughout the expedition.
We own the boat, so this expedition will be set up to maximize photographic opportunities with as many shore landings as possible.
Northern Lights Photography Workshops in Canada
The most jaw dropping and memorable thing you will ever photograph in nature is the aurora.
The ribbons of green, magenta, and sometimes white and red curl in the skies above in such an ethereal manner that it will leave you speechless… but will fill your memory cards with images that you will be proud to share with friends and family at home.
If aurora is on your bucket-list, I hope you would consider a Canadian destination.