We’ve all heard the expression “good things come in small packages”. Well I’d like to introduce those of you who don’t already know to another prime example. Her name is Erin Hogue.
She’s a dedicated photographer and writer making a name for herself among some pretty stiff competition in Whistler, B.C. Always up for a challenge, Erin carries her weight and then some. When you see the size of her backcountry kit you’ll understand what I mean. Whether she’s traveling by split board or wrestling her skidoo into submission, she’ll do whatever it takes to get the banger shot. Check out some of Erin’s work on erinhogue.com.
01 One of the best things about winter..
02 My favorite hood.
03 A good hike is pretty much always worth it.
04 The best thing about summer – swimming.
05 My ideal kind of home – one I can take with me everywhere
06 My drink of choice – Matcha
07 I wouldn’t be anywhere without all the amazing people in my life.
08 All packed and ready to go.
What neighborhood do you live in?
I just moved to a sweet house in the woods, in Black Tusk, and live with some really good friends.
What do you do and where?
I do editorial and snowboard photography and I also write about the great people I get to shoot. I travel the world in the summer, and make Whistler home in the winter. Cafés and cars are usually my office and I tend to carry my studio with me on my back.
What are you working on?
Right now, I am throwing myself into winter, getting out and shooting as much as possible. I am also putting together a series of interviews with some rad riders, so keep an eye out for that.
Where can we find your work?
- @erinhogue on Instgram