Life in the Northwest. Full of Beauty.

Commercial Photography

We have created images for dozens of businesses in Prince Rupert and Northwest BC. Our clients have ranged from home-based crafters and artists to retail shops, the hospitality industry, and not-for-profit groups. We love the challenge of creating a compelling visual story to help your business.

Tourism and Recreation

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve
Silver Grizzly Transportation
Ocean Pacific Air
Skeena Kayaking

Economic Development

Northern BC Development Initiative Trust
Community Futures Development Corporation
Thrive North BC

Retail Businesses

The Argosy
Little Anchors Consignment Clothing
Mission Health & Wellness

Artists and Crafters

Lynn Cociani
Suzo Hickey
Joan Mostad
Moberry's Bath and Soap
Indigo Mountain Studio
Haida Jaada's Soaps and Stuff
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Food & Hospitality

The Crest Hotel
Cow Bay Café
The Tides Bed and Breakfast
The Pioneer Inn Hostel
Java dot Cup
+ many more

Business Services

Cornerstones Physiotherapy
Synergy Aboriginal Consulting


We discuss first with you to get a firm idea of the story you want to tell – the kind of feel and atmosphere you want to convey about your business or event.

It's all about your business and the story you want to tell. Our service is individualized, whether you're looking for a single header shot to showcase on your website, headshots of staff, or a complete suite of images of the services, products, and locales of your business.

We've shot everything from retail businesses to home-based entrepreneurs to service providers in the health industry.

If you are the owner / operator of an independent business, we recommend you check out the Love Prince Rupert, an initiative supported by the Northern Development Initiative Trust.  The program showcases the many independent and locally-owned businesses that make up the fabric of the Northwest. Member businesses get a profile on the site, complete with a photo shoot from the Treehouse. Click on the icon to learn more.



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