I am a naturalist first.
I explore nature and promote wildlife conservation through research, photography, writing, education, and wilderness expeditions.
I am also a guide and the Director of Wildlife Journeys, a wildlife tour company that leads trips in the Great Bear Rainforest focussing on wolves and spirit bears, in collaboration with Marven Robinson of the Gitga’at First Nation. We also lead polar bear photo tours in Churchill, Manitoba, and west coast herring expeditions.
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Tours and Expeditions
During these tours, we explore lush river valleys in search of spirit, or Kermode, bears in a place that National Geographic has called the “Wildest Place in North America.” Travelling with Marven Robinson of the Gitga’at First Nation, we will spend all of our time in the very heart of spirit bear territory seeking out these extraordinary and rare white bears.Learn more
In a world dominated by human landscapes, the wilderness of the Great Bear Rainforest is a refuge for wildlife, including the wolf. In the words of eminent scientist Dr. Paul Paquet, “the remote ocean archipelago of the Great Bear Rainforest comprises North America’s most unusual and one of its most pristine wolf populations.” In this expedition-style trip we offer the extraordinary opportunity to photograph these wild coastal wolves.Learn more
I have partnered with local experts in Churchill, Manitoba to offer an intimate ground-level polar bear photo tour in the polar bear capital of the world. On these tours, you will have the opportunity to photograph polar bears in a small group and at eye-level, rather than from way up high in a crowded tundra vehicle. This trip offers far more time searching for bears than typical tours in Churchill of similar length.Learn more
The spring herring spawn is one of nature’s great wildlife spectacles. It may be less known that the annual salmon runs the west coast is famous for, but it attracts a profusion of marine and terrestrial predators alike. We are offering the only multi-day tour of this remarkable event on the remote west coast of Vancouver Island. This is the perfect way to shake off the winter cobwebs by immersing yourself in some of Mother Nature’s finest work.Learn more