My raft and canoe guiding began in British Columbia on the Kicking Horse River and the Bowron Lakes.
BC is beautiful but graduating to the Nahanni and Tatshenshini was like going to heaven.
These days when I am not guiding I am working on glaciology projects in
Revelstoke, BC. Now, I am in transition to work in Anchorage, AK for the
next two years on a coastal habitat mapping project with The Nature
Last summer was speckled with extreme events; high floods on the Nahanni river and blazing hot beach parties on the Tatshenshini-Alsek rivers! This mixed up weather didn’t prevent lots of costuming and special moments in these majestic landscapes. As if the summer was not filled enough with glaciers, i have now migrated north to Sweden for one year studying Glaciology and Cold Climates. In between ski trips to Lappland and Norway, inspiring daily life in Scandinavia, i am still pursuing glacier monitoring projects in the Canadian Rockies, funded by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Also looking forward to a ski expedition in the Arctic this spring.
Thinking of you guys from the summer will keep me warm through this journey into the cold! Stay cool.