Friday, March 20, 2015

"Shoot Like An Underwater Pro!" At Browning Pass Hideaway!

Come and make a splash with us this spring! Deets are in the attached brochure. Mucho thanks to our pal, Eiko Jones for the photo of me made during last fall's Adams River Sockeye Salmon run.

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Professional Photographers Of Canada 2015 Creative Series - Jett Britnell.

On, Feb 16th, I gave an evening Creative Series presentation “A Life In The Depths” at Vancouver’s Langara College to some members of the Professional Photographers of Canada, British Columbia Lower Mainland Branch along with some Langara Photography Students who also attended. To say I was blown away by some the kind praise and feedback I received is an understatement. With gratitude, I say thank you! ;)

“2hrs & 20 min of incredible photos, stories, and guidance - Thanks Jett!” - Brian Keith Smith​.

“Thanks so much for taking the time to come and speak with us Jett. You were very inspiring with your stories and your images! Very well done presentation.” - Anna Beaudry​.

“Fabulous evening - thanks for the great info and imagery.” - Craig Minielly​.

“We were treated to a wealth of world class images and knowledge. Wonderful to see so much from our local waters.” - Paul Wright Jeff.

“I was so disappointed to miss it!!! I heard it was amazing!!” - Kerri-Jo Stewart​.

BC Association Of Travel Writers 2015 Symposium.

Of all the pictures of me on the internet, they used the one of me in a blue shirt and tie. Can I have a drumroll please?

Coming Soon! The British Columbia Association of Travel Writers 2015 Symposium, “Ecotourism: Tread Softly, Write with Impact” is an all-day event at the Century Plaza Hotel in Vancouver, BC on Saturday, April 18th from 9am to 5pm.
The program’s Keynote Speaker is author Jack Christie, one of Canada’s most trusted sources on travel, recreation and sport.
At some point during the day, I will be participating in a panel discussion composed of a cross section of editorial representatives to discuss ways to get your stories published. Although I am a card-carrying member of the BCATW, I also happen to be a Matador Ambassador for Matador Network, one of the largest independent online travel publishers. My role on this panel will be to discuss how Matador works and give voice to their travel editorial vision.

There will also be a second panel discussion during the Symposium comprised of industry experts who will be discussing future trends and challenges in the Ecotourism genre.
Non-BCATW members are invited for $60 until March 14, after which the rate rises to $70. Registration includes lunch, snacks, prizes and entrance to a post-Symposium networking event. If interested, you can register at