Josh’s view of the world is shaped by the West coast of British Colombia, in the wild places surrounding his home of Squamish BC. A graduate of The University of British Colombia, he has worked on wildlife research throughout Western Canada from the slopes of seabird breeding colonies to high alpine peaks. He has worked with international initiatives in Nicaragua on primate and sea turtle conservation, and in Australia on Tasmanian Devil research. In addition to his conservation work, Josh works as a professional photographer in the winters where he satisfies his love for powder skiing and enjoys sharing turns and smiles with guests from all over the world. He is trained in summer and winter rope systems, glacier travel and vertical rescue, and wilderness first aid. Josh is an accomplished skier and alpine climber, having completed numerous remote trips in BC’s Coast Mountains, and a passionate surfer, mountain biker, and photographer of the places and animals he works with.