Arc’teryx, Birkenstock, Carhartt Work In Progress, FIG Clothing, French Connection, Icebreaker, KAVU, Merrell, Patagonia, prana, Smartwool, Sperry, The North Face, Travel. How to Dress Comfortably For Plane Travel. Posted on Categories Apparel·FootwearTags , , , , , , , , , , , , , Leave a comment on How to Dress Comfortably For Plane Travel

How to Dress Comfortably For Plane Travel

Comfortable plane attire is a must for flying whether you’re on a long flight or not. Running through the airport to catch your flight or simply sitting for 9 hours until your next layover in restricting and uncomfortable clothing and footwear is not ideal. In some cases, such as flying for work, your attire must … Read more ›

Travel. Back to the Faroe Islands with Jason Nugent. Posted on Categories OutdoorsTags Leave a comment on Back to the Faroe Islands with Jason Nugent

Back to the Faroe Islands with Jason Nugent

I visited the Faroe Islands for the first time last year, in February 2017.  Upon returning from that trip I immediately began scheming a way to return.  The islands get into your blood.  The wild landscapes, the crazy weather, the freshest of fresh air; it becomes a part of you.  A little more than a … Read more ›

FIG Clothing, Travel. Flex Fabric: The Best Travel Pants For Women. Posted on Categories ApparelTags , Leave a comment on Flex Fabric: The Best Travel Pants For Women

Flex Fabric: The Best Travel Pants For Women

If only packing for vacation was as easy as purchasing the plane ticket. It’s hard to know what to pack and what to leave behind and once you’ve decided on your favourite clothes, you’ve got to somehow make it all fit into your suitcase or duffel. It’s true that finding the perfect balance between style … Read more ›

Peak Performance, Travel. Peak Performance Cabin Trolley Reviewed. Posted on Categories EquipmentTags , Leave a comment on Peak Performance Cabin Trolley Reviewed

Peak Performance Cabin Trolley Reviewed

Here we go again… Another delayed flight, a missed connection, a canceled flight, re-routing and we all know what comes next… missing luggage. In the last month I’ve spent roughly 50hrs flying, 9hrs on tarmacs, 6hrs on buses, 5 hrs on a train, 5 countries, countless limbo hours in airports and to finish it off, 11 … Read more ›

Travel. A Trip to Nepal in Photos. Posted on Categories OutdoorsTags Leave a comment on A Trip to Nepal in Photos

A Trip to Nepal in Photos

Nepal has been a place that has long attracted me.  The Himalayas, to be sure, offer no end of photographic opportunities with their huge windswept peaks, spectacular views, and perpetual changing landscape.  I suspected that I would find more than just that when I finally visited, and have tried to go three times now.  My … Read more ›

Travel. Winter Festivals in Canada You Won’t Want to Miss. Posted on Categories OutdoorsTags 1 Comment on Winter Festivals in Canada You Won’t Want to Miss

Winter Festivals in Canada You Won’t Want to Miss

Winters in Canada are no tropical vacation but making the most out of the cold months is what Canadians are good at, of course with all the practice, it’d be hard not to be. Rather than hiding away inside the cozy home next to the burning logs on the fire and wishing for spring to … Read more ›

Travel. Top Travel Destinations for 2017. Posted on Categories City·OutdoorsTags Leave a comment on Top Travel Destinations for 2017

Top Travel Destinations for 2017

For the adventure seekers and travel addicts, each year is a chance for new journeys in far off places and exploring new cultures. Purchasing a new, fresh agenda full of vacant dates is a collage of departure and arrival dates waiting to happen and the start of another year of feeding your wanderlust. Here are … Read more ›

Travel. 5 Must-Go Places to Photograph in Toronto. Posted on Categories CityTags Leave a comment on 5 Must-Go Places to Photograph in Toronto

5 Must-Go Places to Photograph in Toronto

Being Canada’s largest city, it is no surprise that Toronto also happens to have a plethora of interesting architecture. I traveled there to delve into its angles, textures and general visual impressiveness. Below are a couple of spots I would suggest for anyone spending a day or two in Toronto with their camera. 1. The … Read more ›

Lowe Alpine, Platypus, Travel. The Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55: Ideal Size for Multi-Day Trips. Posted on Categories EquipmentTags , , Leave a comment on The Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55: Ideal Size for Multi-Day Trips

The Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55: Ideal Size for Multi-Day Trips

For anyone looking for an adventure, a backpack is one of the most essential accessories. It needs to be comfortable enough to be worn all day and provide enough room to fit all the necessary equipment, whether it’s a one-day hike or a multi-day trip. I have never owned a backpack with a capacity greater … Read more ›

Travel. A Scotland Sailing Trip in Photos. Posted on Categories OutdoorsTags Leave a comment on A Scotland Sailing Trip in Photos

A Scotland Sailing Trip in Photos

I have a confession to make. I have never sailed. This, despite spending most of my life near the ocean. I was born and raised in Atlantic Canada, and as a photographer I have traveled around the world creating images of sunsets, sunrises, and epic clouds over water. But I’ve never been out on a … Read more ›

Food, Travel. Weekends Are For Beer Tasting in Montreal. Posted on Categories CityTags , Leave a comment on Weekends Are For Beer Tasting in Montreal

Weekends Are For Beer Tasting in Montreal

Montreal is a bustling city with plenty going on 24/7 whether it be a festival, a parade, a special one-day event, concerts and even spontaneous unorganized, organized events such as Tam-tams. With all these happenings it’s hard to get bored in Montreal and yet, sometimes we do! Making plans that suit all your friends can … Read more ›