I am an Edmonton based, professional photographer that specializes in nightscape imaging. My professional experience includes many types of photography. I shoot corporate events, stock, weddings, sports, portraits, landscapes and wildlife. Aurora Borealis and nightscape photography is one of my great passions though! I love the experience of the chase as well as the extreme and remote locations it has lead me to discover. Northern lights have a beauty and complexity that can be hard to describe to someone who has never seen them without the aid of a image! It is a dynamic and infinitely changing form of energy that everyone should see at least once with their own eyes to really appreciate its splendour.
“When everything comes together and it all works out…the noise of the drive settles and the sounds of nature take over. Standing in the still of the night, in the middle of nowhere, you get to experience nature’s music. Blowing wind or a couple of coyotes calling to each other in the distance can be a eerie yet peaceful experience. If you are lucky, the insatiable darkness that surrounds you will provide the perfect backdrop for the Aurora Borealis to begin dancing amongst a star filled sky. Everyone MUST see this at least once, with their own eyes!” – ZK
My Aurora photography has been showcased around the world by organizations like National Geographic, NASA, Institute for Space Science Exploration and Technology, The American Geophysical Union, SkyNews Magazine, etc. Many TV broadcast and websites have also displayed my imagery.
Some of my larger commercial clients include: OASIS HD (High Fidelity HDTV), Apple Inc., Toshiba, NASA, Alberta Tourism and the Northern Lights School Division. Recently, I have also displayed my photography in both the new and old Edmonton Art Galleries.
Thanks for stopping in! I hope my imagery evokes some emotion in you! I have definitely experienced a lot of emotion capturing these images. Please feel free to contact me directly using the “Contact” link above. I would enjoy hearing from you and will be glad to answer any questions you might have.
“It’s all about the light!”