Photos: Remote Northern British Columbia

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of tagging along on a film shoot in Northern British Columbia that Conservation Hawks were producing. The location was my dear friend Hannah Belford's "lodge" on the Damdochax river. Hannah, who runs the place with her mom, graciously let us use the camp as home base during filming. Of course, I had to bring the camera and shoot a bit while I was there.

This is the first batch of images that I thought you all might like to waste a few minutes of your day looking through. The Damdochax basin is an amazingly unspoiled, completely intact watershed that’s never been logged, and it doesn't have any roads anywhere near it, either. This type of place is becoming a rarity these days, and I don’t take visiting a place like it lightly. It was a privilege to spend a few days there and get some images with friends. Enjoy.