Geoff Andruik launches new website

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Geoff Andruik has launched a new website promoting his obvious photographic skills. Check it out at geoffandruik.com to see his latest offerings.

Here's a little bit more about Geoff from his site:

In the modern days of digitalism, maintaining a professional career as a successful photographer is near impossible.  Shooting in the mountains is difficult, one must be patient and be ready for any situation and be able to adapt in a moments notice. Geoff Andruik has lived life behind the lens since the early days of snowboarding on Mt Seymour and has established a prestigious portfolio that originated with film, he learnt how to shoot snowboarding the old fashion way, anxiously awaiting for the developed slide film anxious with excitement and nerves, no instant feedback or gratification. Geoff has traveled all over the world with professional snowboarders of the highest calibre, he has filled various career rolls as a senior staff member of several industry magazines, as well as acting as staff photographer for different snowboard related brands. Based out of  West Vancouver, British Columbia, Geoff is close to the mountains and always ready for the next adventure.

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