I focus on the art and craft of adventure, blending photography, video and writing with a keen passion for story. While my focus often remains on the landscapes, I love highlighting mountain sports and their culture.
My work portrays rugged landscapes and ambitious adventures through social media for a single purpose: to inspire people to get outside and explore our beautiful planet for themselves.
I’ve worked from Jasper, Alberta, to Jyrgalan, Kyrgyzstan, on assignments for significant destination marketing organizations, outdoor retailers, and tech companies, including National Geographic, Eddie Bauer, Samsung Canada, SanDisk Europe, Toyota USA, Travel Alberta and Visit Faroe Islands.
My short film Choosing to Live, filmed in collaboration with Stirl and Rae Media Haus, was a finalist at the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, and Kendal Mountain Film Festival. My other film work has appeared in Geo Magazine, Travel Alberta and small tourism providers across Canada, Salsa Cycles, and 29029 events.
I currently live in the Comox Valley, on Vancouver Island, where mountains and the ocean collide into the perfect backyard playground.
Salsa Cycles: A Shared Journey
- Episode 1: Alberta, Canada
- Episode 2: Eastern Oregon
- Episode 3: Yellowknife, NWT
- Episode 4: Bishop, California
- Episode 5: Sedona, Arizona
Travel Alberta: Dark Skies
- Stunning Aurora Borealis And Starry Videos From All of Alberta’s Dark Sky Preserves
- Video: Chasing Darkness: Clear Nights and Epic Northern Lights
JBM in the Media
National Geographic, GEO Magazine, Canadian Cycling Magazine, SBCSkier.com, MatadorNetwork.com, and Afar.com.
Eddie Bauer, Samsung Canada, Toyota USA, Scion, Sandisk Europe, Sigma USA, Smugmug, Salsa Cycles, Specialized Bicycles, Armada Skis, Liberty Skis
Canadian Tourism Commission, Travel Alberta, Banff Lake Louise Tourism, Tourism Jasper, Visit Austria, Tourism Jordan, Visit Faroe Islands, Ecuador Travel, Visit Finland, Visit Montana, Travel Oregon, Visit Ventura County