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Nature Therapy & Alpine Lakes

Nature Therapy & Alpine Lakes

With the current state of the world due to the pandemic, politics, climate change, and SO many additional factors, its easy to get lost in a state of despair. As important as it is to stay informed about the global events, self care must always remain number one. And for myself, that meant turning off the news, logging out of my social media, and spending time in the great outdoors for some much needed nature therapy.


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)