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Blake Jorgenson

When he first moved west from Hamilton, Ontario in 1995, all Blake Jorgenson wanted to do was ski. Finding a job at Blackcomb Mountain and learning to shoot photos while exploring all the mountains had to offer, Jorgenson became a prolific lensman and burst onto the scene by winning two major photo competitions in 2001. Now with two homes, and his own gallery at the base of the Whistler gondola, Jorgenson still just wants to ski. Luckily, he gets to do it with the best athletes in the most spectacular locations in the world, as showcased by his gallerie of images.Module: gallery_album
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“In the ski-media bro fest of Whistler, B.C., Blake Jorgenson stands apart from the rest. Maybe it’s because he dropped in early: in 1995, at the age of 17, Jorgenson skipped his final year of high school in Hamilton, Ont. to move west and ‘ski every day, smoke a lot of pot, and take shitloads of pictures.’ Then again, you could say it has a lot to do with his unnatural talent for capturing the moment…”

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