Q&A

The Besiders / Q&A

UN CERCLE

Breathtaking images inspired by nature’s great works of art.

The Besiders / Q&A

Nicolas Gouin

Contrasts, Candour, and Hope

The Besiders / Q&A

Angela Gzowski

On engaging deeply and telling stories, one photo at a time.

The Besiders / Q&A

Ana Paula Alvarez

On family, emotional landscapes, and the art of photography

The Besiders / Q&A

Yan Kaczynski

On the realness and raw beauty of nature.

The Besiders / Q&A

Graeme Owsianski

Outdoor lifestyle photographer based in Ucluelet, British Columbia.

The Besiders / Q&A

Camrin Dengel

On self-sufficiency, heritage and returning to our roots.

The Besiders / Q&A

Tom Hegen

Looking at the Anthropocene from above.

The Besiders / Q&A

Jo Savage

Her photography focuses on uncovering the layers of untold stories within surf, skate, and mountain communities around the world.

The Besiders / Q&A

Pat Kane

Capturing the people and relationships at the heart of northern Canada.

The Besiders / Q&A

Consuming less and doing more

Yvon Chouinard has been wearing the same flannel shirt for 20 years. The 81-year-old conservationist, outside-the-box thinker, athlete and craftsman is also an outspoken anti-consumerist and always pushing Patagonia, the company he founded, to find solutions to the global environmental crisis.

The Besiders / Q&A

Alex Strohl

Alex Strohl is one of today’s most inspiring, talented, and authentic outdoor photographers.

The Besiders / Q&A

The future of food is in the sea

At his shellfish and seaweed ocean farm, and his non-profit, Greenwave, Bren Smith is creating a simple, replicable system of water-based farming that is regenerative, rehabilitates the oceans, creates jobs, and, likely, is the answer to growing food in the face of climate change.