Blackbird Bakery print collection / by Strain

A month ago I made a fairly nerve-wracking decision to drop the dime on a series of lightjet prints to display in Pemberton's excellent Blackbird Bakery - after framing, I had committed about $1200 to photos I hadn't sold yet. Worse, no sooner had I gone ahead with the print series, I had to take off to a mining exploration camp in the remote upper reaches of the Lillooet River, a camp with no communication save our satellite phone. Luckilly, I had expert help on the logistical side of things (thanks babe) and when I returned to Pemberton on Friday, 6 of my photos were hanging from the bakery walls. This is the first time my photos have been exhibited gallery-style, and I couldn't be more thrilled with the quality of the printing, framing, and presentation. 

I'm hoping that most will believe me when I say the baked goods at the Blackbird are worth the drive from Vancouver alone, but here's a visual rundown of some of the fare:

As for the photos on display, the series is a selection of local and Yukon landscapes (with one irresistibly cute fawn). They range in price from $275 to $350, depending on the size.

All photos are available framed or unframed (no markup on the framing). If you can't make the trip to Pemberton to scope my first exhibition for yourself, please help spread the word! I'll ship photos but to be honest, it'll probably cost you less to drive here, enjoy the best bakery in BC, and visit me. Hell, I'll even buy you a beer. Careful though - spend too much time in Pemberton, and you might never leave. Not that thats a bad thing...

Next up: photos from my most recent stint in the BC wilderness. 24 days, 1800+ photos...