His photographs have been featured in many of the industry’s top magazines and have landed on the covers of Freeskier Magazine and Freehub Magazine. Mason is originally from Vernon, BC and has a friendly, laid-back demeanor, but when it comes to his passion for sports photography its full steam ahead.
A young Shuswap woman originally from Canim Lake Indian Band in Northern British Columbia, Grace developed her love for outdoor adventure at a young age. Whether it’s ripping down the slopes, climbing a rock face or surfing waves Grace is ready to play! Grace moved to Vancouver to attend the Vancouver Film School. At school she fell in love with photography and developed her skills both in front and behind the lens.
Mason is motivated, passionate and some might say fearless. He brings this larger than life persona to the world of action sports photography. He has the belief that the best way to get the most powerful unique shot is to get right into the thick of things.
Aboriginal Canadian, Mark Gallup is known worldwide for his sports, action and lifestyle photography. Sixteen years as senior photographer for Transworld Snowboarding magazine, saw Mark clocking endless trips and shooting thousands of images. Mark now makes his home in Fernie, British Columbia and can be found selling adventure toys at the Guides Hut.
Brett Tippie is a Canadian dual-sport athlete in Snowboarding and Mountain Biking, hailing from Kamloops, British Columbia Canada. Tippie began snowboarding when the sport was still in its infancy and raced over 25 World Cups representing Canada on the National Team in snowboard cross and Giant Slalom before retiring as the National Boardercross Champ in 2000. Tippie was also pioneering the new sport of “freeride” mountain biking simultaneously during the ’80’s and ’90’s, and is one of the respected “Godfathers of Freeride”. Today Brett Tippie coaches in both sports, is a live events announcer for many international events, and is still an active athlete.