A Another roadside attraction near Fraser Lake, BC A BC Premiers Natural Resource Forum in Prince George, BC A Architectural Assignment for Ferro Buildings A Assignment for Ministry of Forests in Vanderhoof, BC A Trade show featuring wood products in Vanderhoof, BC A Roadside attraction in Northern BC A Architectural photography from Vanderhoof, BC A Scenic photography from Babine Mountains Provincial Park in Smithers, BC A Assignment for Ministry of Veterans Affairs in Prince George, BC A Aerial view of the Bulkley Valley in Smithers, BC A On site commercial photos for Trans Canada Pipelines in Vanderhoof A Mining photography for Hatch at Endako Mines, Fort Fraser A Commercial photos for District of Vanderhoof A Assignment for Hatch @ Endako Mines in Fort Fraser, BC A Commercial shoot for Integris Credit Union in Vanderhoof A Executive portrait for Prince George Business Coach Bill Quinn A Assignment for Trans Canada Pipelines near Vandserhoof, BC A Photo coverage of  Minerals North Conference in Vanderhoof for District of Vanderhoof A Photoshoot for Integris Credit Union

Don’t sell your company short.
Professional images will help bring the customers to your door!

Years ago I received some great advice while interning at The Toronto Sun: Diversify and learn to shoot a variety of subjects. I took those words seriously and have been fortunate to help clients from acros Canada in Northern BC with their company brochures, annual corporate reports, and marketing campaigns…among other things.

From aerial photography to numerous on-location shoots, we can offer you the rates and quality corporate photography that will get your message across loud and clear.

Our recent client list has included Trans Canada Pipelines, Intergris Credit Union, District of Vanderhoof, Remax of Vanderhoof, BASF Chemicals...and others.

Drop us a line to discuss any proposals you’ve got in mind, or to request a look at more images that are not on our web page.

“I’ll tell you, if all the photographers supplied their work as you do my life would be blessed. Very nice! Thanks for a job well done.”
Tony Delitala, Delitala Design, Toronto, Ontario