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  • Marshal Chupa taking a photo in Africa while traveling for World Relief Canada
    Traveling Eastern Africa
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    Last November I was asked to come on board with Focal Change, with World Relief Canada to create video content in order to better tell the stories of women in Ethiopia and Kenya.
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    Hailey Van Dyk – Athlete Media Kit Video
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    I recently had the opportunity to work with professional trail runner, ER nurse, and founder of Run Like A Girl, Hailey Van Dyk on her athlete media kit.
  • Mongolia Charity Rally (Behind the Scenes)
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    47°55’14” N / 106°55’17” E A behind the scenes look at our adventure from London to Ulanbaatar for the Mongolia Charity Rally.
  • Mongolia Charity Rally
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    47°55’14” N / 106°55’17” E In 2014, the Terranauts travelled across 1/3 of the world's surface for the Mongolia Charity Rally. Check out our video.
  • Gear Tips While Filming Overseas
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    0°1’23” S / 37°54’23” E As I head to Ethiopia and Kenya next week to film a documentary for World Relief Canada, I wanted to offer some travel gear tips.
  • Trail Running in Squamish with Hailey Van Dyk
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    49°44’58” N / 123°08’09” Photo shoot on athlete Hailey Van Dyk, a trail runner who has started a community amongst female runners, Run Like a Girl.
  • Making a Life and Living from Photography with duChemin
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    48°25’42” N / 123°21’56” W A few people have been influences in my direction of work, and David duChemin is one of them.
  • Wildland Firefighting in BC, Canada
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    58°30’59” N / 117°8’6” W I am constantly composing still photographs in my head regardless if there is camera in my hand to capture them or not.
  • Western European Landscapes
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    A few landscape shots taken while passing through Western Europe on our way to Mongolia. To check out the full trip please visit www.theterranauts.com
  • Squamish, BC Climbing Series
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    49°44’58” N / 123°08’09” W This summer I have learned how to live off of the back of my motorbike and has gotten me into places I would have never otherwise be able to get to.
  • The Belen Film
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    3°44’53” S / 73°14’49” W Belen follows Tamo Campos and David MacKinnon on a quest to give back and tells a story of passions being directed toward the service of others.
  • Mountain Life Magazine
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    3°44’53” S / 73°14’49” W A feature in Mountain Life Magazine with photos I took during my trip to Iquitos, Peru, with the article by Tamo Campos.
  • Chilean Magazine : Demolicion
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    33°25’34” S / 70°33’59” W Chilean snowboard magazine Demolicion did a feature on some of work I shot during my travels through Peru and Chile this summer.
  • Beyond The Article
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    3°44’53” S / 73°14’49” W A story of my life, passions and pursuit of the impossible. Two years ago I found myself flipping through an issue of Snowboard Canada...
  • Ship & Sun
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    49°14’58” N / 123°07’09” W Just wanted to throw up a shot of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada I shot a while back near the harbour.
  • Good Morning Sunrise: Kamloops
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    After a night of solitude under a starry sky I awoke to the sun hitting the dew on the top of my sleeping bag. A short drive east with my destination set on Kamloops...
  • Boating up the Amazon River
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    3°44”53’ S / 73°14”49’ W Our filming started out with a very visual scene of locals unloading scrap metal and lumber from the ferry sized boat we were about to embark on.
  • La Belen Story
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    3°44’53” S / 73°14’49” W Over the past few weeks I have been doing a lot of filming for the Beyond Boarding documentary, Belen, down here in Iquitos, Peru.
  • Motors and Dirt
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    50°67’56” N / 120°31’70” W The idea for this photo shoot came to me about two months ago after looking through another adventure sports photographers work.
  • Point + Shoot: Whistler
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    50°08”30’ N / 122°97’95” W Sometimes the good old point and shoot does the trick. This was shot at the top of Whistler Blackcomb after a hike in search of some fresh powder.
  • Children of Guatemala
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    14°38’26” N / 90°30’47” W A project among many I photographed during my travels across Central America, focusing on the children of Guatemala.
  • Yak Peak
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    49°63’18” N / 121°12’80” W A journey of two good friends through the deep snow and bone chilling night. Location: Yak Peak, BC, Canada