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Local shooter Blake Jorgenson already won Whistler’s Deep Winter Photo Challenge this year. His career has taken him to the Gobi Desert, Kenya, Nepal, Chile, and the Australian Outback, For more on his work, visit blakejorgenson.com.
Re Wikstrom’s work has appeared in Skiing, Powder, Freeskier, and The Ski Journal. Her mission is to make sure female freeskiing athletes get the coverage and respect they deserve. Visit rewikstrom.com for more about her work.
Bryan began shooting as a teen, from his home in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. He’s known for his moody lighting and stunning landscape shots. For more on his work, visit brynhughes.com.
Steve Lloyd’s use of natural and artificial light has won him awards around the world, and he’s ranked one of the top 250 action sports photographers in the world by Red Bull. “I feel so lucky to spend time with gifted athletes in the mountain and create images that represent the way I feel about being in the outdoors. I hope that my work inspires people to do great things and to get out there”. For more on his work, visit stevelloydphoto.com.
Russell Dalby shoots snowboarders, but we’ll still post his photos. For more on his work, visit russelldalby.com.
Snowboard photographer Mike Yoshida is know for his landscape shots and portraits. For more on his work, visit mikeyoshida.com.