Raised in Hamilton and Toronto, Ontario, Blake Jorgenson headed west to Whistler, BC in 1993 at the age of 18 in search of adventure. He immediately took to the outdoor-focused lifestyle of the famed resort town, working in a ski-tuning shop and doing various other jobs to pay the rent while skiing and mountain biking as much as he could. Having an artistic bent and an eye for photography, Jorgenson started taking pictures of the hardcore amateur and professional sponsored riders he associated with, documenting their various backcountry excursions and day trips. When he was 21 years old, his first ski photo was published in Powder Magazine. Before long, his byline was a regular feature in ski, bike and outdoor lifestyle magazines all over the world.

Known and respected for his dramatic composition and his ability to keep up with the riders he photographs, Jorgenson has worked his way to the top of his field.

BLAKE  JORGENSON Tantalus Range Sunset
Tantalus Range Sunset
Photograph on Aluminum  
31.5 x 60 in
BLAKE  JORGENSON Morning Mist on the Lillooet
Morning Mist on the Lillooet
Photograph on Aluminum  
26 x 60 in
BLAKE  JORGENSON Winter Susnet - Mt. Currie
Pemberton Meadows Winter Sunset
Photograph on masonite Resin Coated  
40 x 60 in
Winter Light #1
Photograph on Canvas Resin Coated  
30 x 70 in
BLAKE  JORGENSON Man in the Mist
Man in the Mist
Photograph on masonite Resin Coated  
34 x 50 in
BLAKE  JORGENSON Shimamaki_ Hokkaido_ Japan
Photograph on Plexiglass  
43 x 65 in