My passion for wildlife began when I was a child. I spent most summers exploring Baffin Island with my family and Inuit families, chasing caribou and polar bears on the tundra. Since 2000 I have spent my summers at Arctic Watch, which is our family owned wilderness adventure lodge on Somerset Island. At Arctic Watch we are fortunate to be able to watch polar bears, musk oxen, beluga whales, arctic foxes, snowy owls and lots of other fabulous species. These experiences have naturally led me to photography and cinematography. Since 2004, I have also had the pleasure of meeting and working with professional cameraman and photographers such as the BBC and Ocean Futures. Watching them work affirmed what I value for myself; patience, dedication, focus, and a tremendous respect for the wildlife.Every time I set out on the tundra I think of these values.
In one summer at Arctic Watch, I will shoot thousands of pictures, to arrive at 3 or 4 that satisfy me. Over time I have realized that I am