Yuri Choufour

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Yuri Choufour is a Canadian nature & expedition photographer, who’s been fascinated with the natural world since early childhood. Choufour is most driven to create images that cultivate a greater desire to conserve the last wild places. His photos are sold to galleries, tourism companies, as fine art prints, and cards/calendars. His first book projects are in the works. Yuri travels for a large part of the year, guiding & teaching photography in the polar regions, and across North America. Yuri feels very lucky to call British Columbia home, and loves to hike, snowboard & mountain bike in his own backyard when time allows.

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