I am a Canadian wildlife photographer, born and raised in the North Okanagan community of Enderby, BC. My love of nature started in childhood.
I grew up on rural farmland that was flanked by the Shuswap River and towered by the ever-changing Enderby Cliffs.
I raised my family in Ashton Creek and I still reside there with my husband, Wayne.
Wayne and I built our home in Ashton Creek overlooking the panoramic views of the Shuswap River and Trinity Valley.
My introduction to photography started in 2012 with a “Camera Basics” taught by local photographer, Darren Robinson.
This stirred up the desire to learn more and led me to famous wildlife photographer, John E Marriott.
In February 2013, I took part in one of John’s Wildlife Photo Workshops in Jasper, Alberta.
Capturing elk, rams and stalking a pack of wolves over the ice was a turning point for me.
With excitement and passion, I continue to pursue wildlife in their natural surroundings.
My photo tour destinations have led me to Jasper, The Great Bear Rain Forest, Nunavut, and Central BC.
This fall, I will be photographing Spirit bears on the West Coast of British Columbia.