The first time I remember discovering an interest in taking pictures, I was 16 and on vacation with my family at a provincial park in the B.C. interior. My dad handed down his Pentax Spotmatic and I immediately fell in love with the trance it could put me in. I’ve taught myself photography, slide film in that Spotmatic is where the journey started.

In my mid-twenties I spent a year in London, learning from some of the best photographers of the time. It also was an opportunity to experience living abroad, use the word ‘mate’ as much as possible, and indulge my love of British bands.

Nikole Herriott and I met in 2010 when I photographed her for a feature on Herriott Grace, the housewares line she started with her father in 2008.

She and I now work together as a creative team; the majority of the work featured here, and on her site, is ours together.

Collaborators at heart, we push ourselves and our work in each project we take on. The inherent adventure of this industry and its spirit of creative community makes us very happy to do what we do everyday.