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June 22, 2021

The Wild Coasts of Canada, by Scott Forsyth
7:00 PM-9:00 PM


 The Wild Coasts of Canada – A book of true Canadian significance 

Presented by - Author and Photographer, Scott Forsyth 


His Stories and Journey, from Concept to Print… 


If you have ever considered creating and publishing a book of your images, this is a presentation you will not want to miss. 


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Devoted to exploring Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific and Arctic Ocean coastlines, Scott has embarked on a lifelong photographic journey to depict the vastness and beauty of the Canadian landscape. On the basis of this photographic quest, he is a Fellow of both the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and The Explorer’s Club. In 2019 Canadian Geographic designated Scott to be their third Photographer-In-Residence 


An award winning photographer, Scott has twice earned the distinction of Photographic Artist of the Year (Alberta) from the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) in addition to placing second as Commercial Photographer of the Year for the Master Photographers International. A certified Marine Guide for ship-based expedition touring companies Scott leads photographic excursions to remote coastal locations across Canada on an annual basis. In 2019 Rocky Mountain Books published his award winning book The Wild Coasts of Canada, featuring images from seven years of travel. The content of this book forms the basis of an ongoing speaking tour across Canada in association with Canadian Geographic promoting geographical education. Scott’s photography can be viewed at scottforsyth.ca 



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