British Columbia is the kingdom of abundance. Where glaciated mountains stand over an unruly Pacific. Rainforests wrap cities. Nature shapes culture. The wild breathing life back into the wild within.

Together we will step into the land of the “Group of Seven” painters and capture the essence of the Pacific Northwest. This area inspires many renowned artists and artisans, who honor the magic of this land by bringing it into the physical realm. Add to that a climate that summons outdoor enthusiasts and photographers from all corners of the Earth and wildlife that many only dream about seeing, and it is clear, British Columbia is poised to please the photographer.

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Workshops



November of 2016

Workshop is November 20 - November 24, 2016

Instructors:  Kevin Pepper (K1) and Chris Pepper

Introduction:  This photo workshop takes you to see North America's largest migration of Bald Eagles. Each year 2000 to 8000 eagles migrate to this area to feed on the spawning salmon that return to these rivers annually.

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November 2016

Workshop is November 26 - November 30, 2016

Instructors;  Kevin Allen Pepper (k2) and Chris Pepper

Introduction:  This photo workshop takes you to see North America's largest migration of Bald Eagles. Each year 2000 to 8000 eagles migrate to this area to feed on the spawning salmon that return to these rivers annually.

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July 2017

Dates: July 22 to July 29, 2017

Instructors: David Miles and Chris Pepper

Introduction:  This 7 day 6 night trip is designed to give you the opportunity to photograph all the diversity that the Pacific Northwest in Canada has to offer. From black bears to Grizzly Bear, transient and resident Orca, and migratory whales, we will put you in teh right place to capture all these magnificent wildlife. You will also be photographing golden hour landscapes along the seaside and traveling into some of the tallest rain forests in British Columbia.

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August 2017

Dates: August 20, 2017 to August 25, 2017

Instructors: Chris Pepper

Introduction: In August of 2011 National Geographic Magazine referred to British Columbia's Great Bear Rain forest as "The Wildest Place in North America". They were right, the Great Bear Rain forest of British Columbia is the largest piece of intact temperate rain forest left on the plant, and has the most sought after animals on the planet to photograph

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September 2017

August 27th to September 2nd, 2017

Instructors: Kevin Allen Pepper and Jennifer King Workshops

Introduction:  This 7 day 6 night trip is designed to give you the opportunity to photograph all the diversity that the Pacific Northwest in Canada has to offer. From black bears to Grizzly Bear, transient and resident Orca, and migratory whales, we will put you in teh right place to capture all these magnificent wildlife. You will also be photographing golden hour landscapes along the seaside and traveling into some of the tallest rain forests in British Columbia.

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