Meet Loweprofessional Paul Morrison

Combine an intense love of place, a talent for capturing epic ski imagery and a super-positive attitude, and you get a picture of veteran shooter and Loweprofessional Paul Morrison. We’re quite biased, but we think he is an amazing person.

Paul worked with Lowepro product designer Ryan Hetzel to make our newly launched Whistler backpack series a truly rugged and four-season-capable solution for backcountry adventurers, photographers and videographers who carry a lot of technical gear on their backs.

Please check out his Loweprofessional page and enjoy some of his breathtaking imagery. Paul was kind enough to give us some behind-the-scenes insights on a few of his gallery shots.

Legendary skier and innovator Mike Douglas skiing during the Deep Winter Photo Challenge on Blackcomb Mountain.

Professional mountain bikers Richie Schley and Robbie Bourdon riding a mountain pass in Peru.

The Black Tusk is a long extinct volcano and is the most widely known iconic peak of the Whistler backcountry.

Three skiers wearing headlamps on a moonlit night in the skiing terrain of Backcountry Snowcats near Pemberton BC.

Layers of bubbles caught in the ice as Alpha Lake froze deeper and deeper during a Whistler cold spell.

My son Ian Morrison has been a favorite ski model since he was about two years old and now skis and rides mountain bikes professionally.

The loon and its haunting calls are easily one of the most cherished symbols of Canadian wilderness.

A group of heliskiers photographed for Whistler Heliskiing in their tenure near Whistler.

We love Paul Morrison’s imagery and hope you do as well. To see more, please follow him on Instagram and check out his web site for recent projects and stunning portfolios. Visit our LP Blog on August 18 for a Q&A with Paul on how he helped bring our new Whistler series to life. Stay tuned!

Katrina Neill

About Katrina Neill

Katrina was the Senior Editor & Communications Manager for Lowepro.

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