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Connectivity & Self Isolation – What a Time to be Alive

Connectivity & Self Isolation – What a Time to be Alive

Being in self-isolation, you’re given so much time alone with your thoughts. Yet I am still finding it difficult to wrap my head around whats going on with the pandemic of Covid-19. Every morning that i wake up, i have to remind myself of whats happening. Growing up on a tiny gulf island on the west coast of Canada, you never expect something like this to actually effect you. Yet here we are.
I have been doing my part by social-distancing in hopes to “flatten the curve” and i hope you all have to.
#StayTheFuckHome.

A Perfect Weekend in the City

A Perfect Weekend in the City

My dear friend Madison and i escaped the rock and headed over to the mainland for a 24-hour power-weekend full of good tunes, dancing, hiking and lots of belly-laughs. And we kicked it all off by seeing The STROKES! Need i say more?
Well… probably.

Roadtrips & Puffins

Roadtrips & Puffins

A place of wide open wilderness. A place filled with the most adorable of sea birds – Puffins.

By now, if you’ve done any amount of research on Iceland, you will know that the weather can be completely unpredictable. After a rather snowy and cold day spent exploring Snæfellsnes Peninsula, we were a little apprehensive about driving in the west fjords the next day

Adventures and Bears

Adventures and Bears

After a busy and stressful week, feeling the need for some adventure, i decided a trip to the coast was in order. A co-worker of mine had recommended a place she knew of where black bears are known to hangout and feed, and where you can watch them from a safe distance. So i packed up the car and set off for a much needed day full of Adventures and Bears.

Who wouldn’t want to wake up here?

Who wouldn’t want to wake up here?

After a long sketchy drive in the pouring rain, we were lucky enough to wake up in Tofino in the cutest hotel ever. We booked to stay with The Shoreline for 2 nights and i cannot reccomend this place enough! We are staying in the pet friendly room so that we could bring nala – and they supply you with dog bowls, a dog bed, poop bags and treats. It is so amazingly cozy and situated right on the water.

Why Iceland?

Why Iceland?

As you can probably already tell from my portfolio, i am extremely inspired by the cold northern landscapes and everything they have to entail. For as long as i can remember, i have always been so mesmerized by waterfalls, glaciers, beaches, volcanoes etc. So as you can imagine, Iceland seemed like a geological dreamland to me.

How it all began

How it all began

I first picked up a camera at the age of 10, and havent really put one down ever since. Growing up on a tiny island off the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, gave me such a keen sense of adventure, and an immense love for nature. For as long as i can remember, I’ve been infatuated by waterfalls, glaciers, volcanos, beaches, you name it. (No wonder i fell in love with Iceland so much)