Iced out on the Great Lakes

Dear diary - Today I went on an adventurous day trip with 3 others photographers and one normal person. We made plans to get up early and catch the ferry across to Toronto Island to make the most of the awesome cold weather we have been experiencing lately. Lake Ontario aka. Toronto's best friend and next door neighbour has frozen over between the cityscape and the island, giving locals the chance to play around on the thick sheets of ice. We took a rugby ball, some hockey sticks, ice skates and just enough camera gear to ensure we would surely drown if the ice broke. Check below to see if it did.

Spoiler alert: It didn't ;)

Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships - Quebec City

Back in March I was invited to come along to the final race of the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships in Quebec City. A downhill Ice Skating event; it takes competitors down an insanely steep and winding track of ice and doom, filled with jumps and obstacles the racers have to use all of their speed, skill and agility to claim victory. It was awesome to see how much the citizens of Quebec love the sport. There was a real buzz in the air and everyone was having a great time. I was given a full access pass which allowed me to go out and take a few photos and gain some unique perspectives on the electrifying event. The Official After Party was one for the history books with DJ Adam Doubleyou amongst others rocking over one of the most badass club lighting set ups I've seen in a long time.