This spring, I had the absolute pleasure of working with Hirsch Bedner Associates to providing décor for banquet space renovations in the prestigious Fairmont Chateau Whistler Hotel.
Being a fine art photographer is not only about capturing stunning scenery or taking aesthetically pleasing pictures. It is also about creating meaningful connections with people who believe in your artistic vision and values. Last fall I had the pleasure to meet the Chateau Whistler’s general manager at the Vancouver home show where I was exhibiting my fine art prints. This set-in motion the incredible opportunity to work with Hirsch Bedner Associates, the number one hospitality design firm in the world, to submit samples and ultimately provide four fine art prints for décor in the hotels updated conference spaces.
What started as a simple artistic collaboration transformed into a fulfilling partnership that not only showcases my art but also elevates the hotel's character and charm. Being an avid adventurer and nature lover, my prints focus on the beauty of British Columbia's Coast mountains.
Working with directly with the hotel and Hirsch Bedner Associates we selected four separate prints –
Each print reflects the natural beauty, peacefulness, and adventures that make British Columbia a sought-after destination. Working with Hirsch Bedner Associates was an experience in itself. From the initial design consultations to the final installation, the team displayed an amazing level of professionalism, attention to detail, and respect for my art. This connection gave me an opportunity to showcase my art and creativity in an environment that is truly world-class.
Working with Hirsch Bedner Associates and the prestigious Fairmont Chateau Whistler hotel was a fulfilling and unforgettable experience. It was an opportunity to showcase my work to a larger audience, but more than anything, it was a chance to be part of a bigger story. The prints that I provided have added to the unique and thoughtful art displayed in the hotel's new conference spaces and have elevated the charm and character of the space. It's more than just artwork; it's a meaningful connection within Whistler’s community, and the opportunity to showcase the beauty of British Columbia to guests for years to come.