Contributors (Photos, Art, Film)

Banner Photo Credits

Banner photos are the large photos at the top of each page. The SCCA would like to thank the following photographers for contributing banner photographs for this website.

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Chapman Lake

Shown on Page: Chapman Water Expansion
Photographer: Lottie Laken
See photographer's biography below.

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View from Mount Artaban

Shown on Page: Private Land Protection
Photographer: Suzanne Senger

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West Howe Sound

Shown on Page: West Howe Sound Watershed
Photographer: Suzanne Senger

Photographer Biographies

Thank you to the photographers who provided pictures for this website, for helping showcase the special places we aim to protect.

Carl Olsen

Website (Gallery): carlolsenphotography.ca
Facebook: CarlOlsenWildlifePhotography

After retiring as a stationary engineer on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast, Carl Olsen combined his interest in photography with a lifelong love for animals by taking up wildlife photography, which he now considers to be his true calling.

Red-breasted nuthatch, photographed by Carl Olsen.
Red-breasted nuthatch, photographed by Carl Olsen.
Lottie Laken

Website (Blog): herwildway.com
Instagram: LottieLaken

Lottie Laken is a freelance copywriter whose passion is the great outdoors. She is the author of the outdoor adventure and travel blog Her Wild Way, where she shares her experiences, ideas and advice, and hopes to encourage others to get outside and explore.

Chapman Lake, photographed by Lottie Laken.
Chapman Lake, photographed by Lottie Laken.
Val Labrecque

Website (Blog): www.liveonthesunshinecoast.ca

 

 

View from Mount Steele by Val Labrecque.
View from Mount Steele by Val Labrecque.
Donna McMahon

Website (Blog):
everythingelphinstone.ca/area-e-director

 

 

Looking back from Rainy River Valley into the Tetrahedron, photographed by Donna McMahon.
Looking back from Rainy River Valley into the Tetrahedron, photographed by Donna McMahon.
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