Outdoors visual storytelling is a speciality of WorkCabin Creative. Getting to and from rugged or hike-in locations is part of the job. It also means being able to navigate challenging terrain. And, yes, WorkCabin Creative knows all about biting insects and ticks. It’s all part of the territory of being an outdoors photojournalist
Environmental visual storytelling and communications is about telling stories of people too, in their natural element doing what they do to make a difference. WorkCabin Creative environmental photographer Gregg McLachlan embeds himself in the experiences to capture people being themselves as they go about their daily work in science and conservation
Ontario is a place to explore and discover great places beyond the usual tourism destinations. That’s certainly a big part of what WorkCabin Creative does in its daily work in smaller communities. A photo truly is worth a thousand words in telling those stories.
Getting the best photos that ‘sell’ the purpose means knowing the local area, knowing the best times, and being prepared to exert yourself to get in prime locations at the right time. Even it means sprinting up hundreds of stairs at 7 a.m. to be the first one at the top.
Specializing in aerial photography of landscape, parklands and rural locations. Commercial trained through a Transport Canada approved program, federally licensed to operate a drone, commercially insured, and compliant with Canadian drone rules and regulations. Sorry, we do not do real estate drone work