This week I’m very excited to showcase Paul Zizka as our featured photographer. Paul is a professional mountain landscape and adventure photographer based out of Banff, Alberta. His work is widely known and showcases amazing and unique moments in nature, including dramatic night sky work. I’ve always been motivated and impressed by Paul’s incredible work ethic and humble attitude. I want to thank Paul for his time and effort taking part in this interview. Make sure to visit his website and Facebook page to view more of his amazing work!
For this week’s instalment of “The Creative Journey”, I’m excited to feature Erin Babnik. Erin is a full-time landscape photographer with home bases in both California and Slovenia. I’ve always been drawn to the connection, passion, and depth Erin displays in her images and writing. On top of her impressive imagery, she also teaches photography workshops and is a member of the Photo Cascadia team. Make sure you visit Erin’s website and Facebook page to view more of her work!
I was born on a cold January day along the banks of the White River in northwestern Colorado. After leaving the small town I was born in, the White meanders into northeastern Utah, paralleling the Yampa to eventually join the Green River, which itself is eventually consumed by the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park. For millions of years, the Colorado has herded her children—the rivers of the West—carving her way across the sandstone heart of the Colorado Plateau and Southwestern United States before finally working its way toward the Gulf of Mexico. In the same way that the Colorado River binds the Western United States together, the people who live here are joined by a common thread, despite superficial political and ideological differences.
For this week’s edition of The Creative Journey, I’m excited to feature fellow Ontarian Ethan Meleg. Ethan is a professional photographer specializing in landscapes, wildlife, and outdoor recreation. His sense of humour and passion for his craft are wildly evident when following his journey. I’ve been a big fan of Ethan’s work for a number of years and can say that it has definitely helped fuel my passion for exploring my home province. Make sure you check out Ethan’s website and Facebook page to keep up to date with his travels and images! I want to say a huge thanks to Ethan for taking the time to share his story.
For this week’s installment of “The Creative Journey” I’m excited to feature Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa. Sarah and Ron are landscape photographers from the Western United States who spend a significant portion of the year traveling and photographing across the country in their airstream trailer. Their images and approach showcase a very thoughtful and intimate connection with the landscape and an awareness of their own personal interests. They run the website “Nature Photo Guides” where you can find their e-books, blog posts and portfolios. Make sure you visit their website, or check out their FB pages (Ron, Sarah) to view more of their work!
This week I’m very excited to announce that our featured photographer is Guy Tal. Guy is both an artist and an author based out of the American West whose work provides an incredibly thoughtful and intimate look into his experiences in the wilderness. His work is a constant source of inspiration and challenges me to always be thoughtful when it comes to my choices and approach. I want to thank Guy for his time and effort taking part in this interview. Make sure to visit his website and blog to view more of his work and writing!