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Where is Joel Now?
Destinations

Where is Joel Now?

They say that “the Mountains shall bring Peace to the people” and having spent much of my life in the shadow of the impressive Rocky Mountain range in southeastern British Columbia, I have to agree that time in the mountains increases my feelings of peace. I have spent much of […]

Where is Joel Now?
Destinations / Featured

Where is Joel Now?

There’s an Irish proverb that states “An áit a bhfull do chroÍ, is ann a thabharfas dochosa thú” which roughly translates to “Your feet will bring you where your heart is.” If this is true, then my heart must reside somewhere deep within the Irish isles as my feet have […]

Where is Joel now?
Destinations

Where is Joel now?

Ah summer, those blissful few months where the days slowly fade into painted sunsets and warm nights. As a kid growing up in south eastern British Columbia, the summer meant an almost endless supply of sunny adventures, swimming in nearby lakes or hiking up into the Rocky Mountains. But for […]

Where is Joel now?
Destinations / Editor's Choice

Where is Joel now?

Last issue, I was returning from an amazing journey through Peru, helping build houses and supporting the communities of Pucallpa before heading up into the high peaks of Machu Picchu. Since then, I’ve spent time navigating the urban jungle of New York City, at home enjoying the fresh snow-covered peaks […]

Where is Joel now?
Destinations / Editor's Choice

Where is Joel now?

Like all good adventures, my current travels started with that subtle little trickle of a thought. A photographer friend had mentioned late last year that she was heading to the Amazon in Peru to join a Canadian foundation called Pure Art to help build houses and support the people living […]

A Photographer's Journey
Featured / Springboard

A Photographer's Journey

My name is Joel Robison and I’m a 30 year old Canadian conceptual portraiture photographer from Cranbrook, British Columbia. Looking back into my photography journey, it appears that I kind of fell into it by accident. Growing up as a kid in a hockey-driven, mountain town. Cranbrook was an interesting […]