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Trip Report

Tannis shares her personal insight, fun facts and her very own snapshots as she and Mason travel into sweat lodges, frigid surf and snow-capped peaks, exploring local legends and meeting some amazing people along the way.

Of heat waves and bikerides

Happy Canada Day! It’s officially summer, and having worked the bulk of our underEXPOSED shoots in wet weather, wet is what I packed for. Apparently I failed to consider the blazing sun/summer factor in this shoot, so my lack of shorts and abundance of sweat will be apparent, I’m sure, when episode 111 airs next […]

 

Of heat waves and bikerides

Happy Canada Day! It’s officially summer, and having worked the bulk of our underEXPOSED shoots in wet weather, wet is what I packed for. Apparently I failed to consider the blazing sun/summer factor in this shoot, so my lack of shorts and abundance of sweat will be apparent, I’m sure, when episode 111 airs next […]

 

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I’m sitting in the back middle seat of the Underexposed-mobile right now, leaving Duncan and heading towards a ferry terminal. In the distance all around me is beautiful scenery, but sitting between Josh, Chris, Sheldon, and a sleeping Mogs, my more immediate surroundings include a smattering of techy banter. Josh is cranking the “indie-folky tunes,” […]

 

10

I’m sitting in the back middle seat of the Underexposed-mobile right now, leaving Duncan and heading towards a ferry terminal. In the distance all around me is beautiful scenery, but sitting between Josh, Chris, Sheldon, and a sleeping Mogs, my more immediate surroundings include a smattering of techy banter. Josh is cranking the “indie-folky tunes,” […]

 

Taking shape

So last night I lay down at about 7 for a little nap. It’s now 2 a.m., and while I’m ready to go back to sleep this instant, thought I’d do a little bloggy post. Yesterday, Mason, the crew and I spend time with Jaalen and Gwaii Edenshaw — two incredible carvers on Haida Gwaii […]

 

Taking shape

So last night I lay down at about 7 for a little nap. It’s now 2 a.m., and while I’m ready to go back to sleep this instant, thought I’d do a little bloggy post. Yesterday, Mason, the crew and I spend time with Jaalen and Gwaii Edenshaw — two incredible carvers on Haida Gwaii […]

 

Squamish and fishing for stories

I love writing. It feels good to have a thought move from brain through body and out my fingertips, forming physical words on a screen or page. Visual manifestations of my experiences that I can then share with others, inspiring readers, perhaps, to get out there and experience something new or familiar or encounter something […]

 

Squamish and fishing for stories

I love writing. It feels good to have a thought move from brain through body and out my fingertips, forming physical words on a screen or page. Visual manifestations of my experiences that I can then share with others, inspiring readers, perhaps, to get out there and experience something new or familiar or encounter something […]

 

Squamish

The life of a freelance journalist is a life of polarity: Some weeks feel slower than a scoreless hockey game, while others are fast as a downhill biker bolting down a mountainside. This week has felt like the latter, and tiring as it can be, it’s these fast-paced times that make the job feel like […]

 

Squamish

The life of a freelance journalist is a life of polarity: Some weeks feel slower than a scoreless hockey game, while others are fast as a downhill biker bolting down a mountainside. This week has felt like the latter, and tiring as it can be, it’s these fast-paced times that make the job feel like […]