I am author/photographer of two books, and a major contributor to two more. Click on the titles or the covers for more info on each.
The Wild Edge: Clayoquot, Long Beach and Barkley Sound was published in 2004 and is a Canadian best-seller. $35
“Her photographs of wildlife, people and landscapes are stunning, and her flowing narrative blends history, science and tradition.”
The Globe and Mail.
The Wild Side Guide to Vancouver Island’s Pacific Rim has been newly expanded and revised for 2010. It was first published in 2005, and the revised second edition was published in May 2010. $25
I translated Hai Kur Mamashu Chis, a collection of traditional tales of Patagonia’s Yagán people, from Spanish to English. Originally published as a bilingual edition in Chile in 2005. Out of print.
Hai Kur Mamashu Chis / I want to tell you a story, English edition. Cristina Zárraga and I published an illustrated English-language edition, in August 2013. This book records the traditional tales, from creation stories and tales of transformation, to stories of the Sasquatch-like figure called hannuš, as remembered by the Yagán grandmother Cristina Calderón and her late sister Ursula Calderón. $18
First Nations of the Pacific Northwest: Change and Tradition, published in Germany, is now in available in Canada. $45
I contributed photos throughout the book, as well as a section with ground-breaking interviews with and portraits of survivors of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools.
BUY: Only available directly from me – contact me.