Monday, March 17, 2014

PDN 30 2014 - Yes!

I'm honoured to be included in this year's selection of PDN's 30. Congratulations to everybody on the list.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The Dark Lord of the Internet / for The Atlantic

The Atlantic flew me to Northern Alberta, Sherwood Park to be exact, to photograph Jesse Willms. Via PDN, Darhil Crooks, creative Director at The Atlantic, had some nice things to say about the shoot.

Monday, February 24, 2014

The Yukon for Telegraph Magazine

It's the cover! And there's a fresh gallery on my site.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Heli Skiing in Bella Coola for enRoute

Last winter I found myself just outside of Bella Coola, BC, at the Tweedsmuir Park Lodge, on a heli-skiing assignment for enRoute. Long story short- There was almost too much snow to even go skiing! Helicopter doors, once landed, could barely open do to the depth of the wintery white stuff. The avalanche danger was high and pockets of snow kept ripping out off the mountain sides. The guides were amazing, sheltering us from danger while still allowing for a good time. And, of course, when we couldn't fly, there was always fishing.

-file under: AWESOME ASSIGNMENTS





Tuesday, November 19, 2013

New Work for Infiniti + Campfire

And now for something completely different. Earlier this year I worked with the New York based agency, Campfire, on a job for Infiniti. Campfire created a call-in-choose-your-own-adventure-movie to launch the new Q50. I was on set to shoot the below movie poster and stills for other marketing material. More to come.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Chris Haddock for The Walrus

Screen writer and producer, Chris Haddock, for The Walrus. Chris has been involved in a couple of Canadian television classics such as MacGyver and Da Vinci's Inquest. And recently he was a writer for the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. You can see the photo that ran here.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Gun For Hire

I'm back from Europe. Give me a call.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Taking the High Road - China - enRoute

enRoute was kind enough to publish some of my personal work from the Xinjiang province of China.

"Unforgiving landscapes – and the hardy people who make their life on them – have always held a fascination for Harder. A local Kyrgyz (the name translates fittingly as “imperishable”) family welcomed him into their one-room home, where he slept bundled “mummy-like” under quilts beside the children and their parents, around a potbelly stove to stave off the 3,600-metre-altitude cold. Very early each day, the children’s father left for prayer in the village’s only mosque"
 
 






Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Lee Watson / Beckwith Sound / Western Living

Check out my buddy Lee Watson's latest project as Beckwith Sound:


He can paddle too! That's him below, out now in Western Living Magazine:

Monday, September 16, 2013

Wandering China on Wonderful Machine. More on my site here.