Saturday, October 30, 2010

Recently Published

Super stoked on getting my fourth cover for BC Outdoors! Nov/Dec 2010 issue of BC Sportfishing Magazine used this shot from a recent trip up north. They also published an article by Scott Baker, a special feature on Steelhead Spey Fishing using my photographs to support the article.
Nov. BC Outdoors media package, Steven Oie about to release a beutiful Dean river hen. Aaron Goodis photo.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Taking photos just to take photos. Above photographs taken at Spanish Banks. When I arrived the low fog was amazing almost hiding this lone kyaker , like me he was out enjoying an epic evening on the beach. Relaxing and taking in the light show.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Two very different images from a stroll to Granville Island the other other day . With out having any reel free time to head far away from home I find the reel challenge is to see something new and beautiful in the back yard. This becomes a true exercise for your eye as everything can seem very familiar.
Top: Glass bottles , Granville Island , BC
Bottom : Fall patterns , Granville Island , BC

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

SSBC Calendar Shoot

With out giving away to much here are a couple shots taken yesterday for the finished Steelhead Society of BC calendar. Classic Center Pins Of BC is a fund raiser hoping to raise awareness about Steelhead conservation needs. All Proceeds will be donated direct to SSBC. Look out for the finished Calendar by mid to late next week. Approximately $15. each . You will be able to pick one up at Sea Run Fly & Tackle. I am very excited to be the photographer and with much help from Bill Lealess and all of our sponsors I believe this will be a great calendar . I will keep everyone posted on the exact finished dates and were to get one.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Back In The Creek

Some times a short walk is all it takes . above: The Sea Wall . False Creek.
In an attempt to get out side after a long drive home from Northern BC and a week straight in the shop I forced my self out for a short walk around my old stomping grounds. Yes I find my self back in False Creek, to make a long story short, I grew up here and there is allot of history. One of the great reasons for living in False Creek is the size of the park and sea wall, an oasis in the middle of the city. The second shot is False Creek flowing in to a small duck pond just around the corner from the co-op that I live in. The point is no matter were you may live I am sure there is a good shot just out side the door.