Tristen O’Hetherington is an adventure photographer, artist and local hiking guide based out of our Lake Louise location. He specializes in landscape, astrophotography and portraits as well as guided expeditions and hikes. Tristen takes a dramatic approach to his photographs using natural light to capture breathtaking moments in the Canadian Rockies. Tristen grew up in the nearby Foothills region of Alberta and is an avid skier, mountaineer, rock and ice climber.
Camera of choice: Nikon D810, Canon 5D Mark III
Favourite lens: Sigma Art 24-70mm
Professional Photographer - Portraits,Weddings, Wildlife and Photo lessons
Sophie made the move across the pond from Worcestershire, United Kingdom to the Canadian Rockies to pursue her passion for Wildlife and Landscape photography. With a background of professional wedding photography and portraiture you can usually find Sophie spending her free time camouflaged in bushes capturing the perfect wildlife shot; with her first publication featured in Wildlife Photography World (2018) then followed by Canon UK (2018).
Camera of choice: 5D Mark III Favourite Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8
Professional Photographer - Portraits,Weddings, Landscape and Photo lessons
Born in Indonesia and lived most of his life in Australia, Stanley have developed passion in Travel and Photography. He had been all around the world and visited 24 different countries. In April 2018 he made the most important decision of his life and left his career as a Mechanical Engineer to pursue Travel Photography. He went on a road trip crossing Indonesia’s most crowded island, Java Island and went on 40,000 km 4WD road trip around Australia. He’s now based in Lake Louise to explore Canada Rockies Mountain Range. During his day off he likes to explore unbeaten path sand capture the unseen perspective of the Rockies.
Camera of Choice: Canon 5D mk IV Favourite lens: 16-35mm f/2.8
Banff Mountain Art Gallery Manager,Custom Framer and Accountant
Originally from Ontario Lisa moved to the mountains in 1992 and hasn’t looked back. With a background as a Chartered Accountant, Lisa quickly realized how much fun it can be to combine an accounting degree with an interest in Art and Photography. Living and working in Banff is an incredible privilege and allowing visitors to “take the mountains home”remains a priority in her day.