MULTIPLICITY 2016: Bruce Kirkby on Living Free From the Status Quo

Recognized for connecting wild places with contemporary issues, wilderness writer and adventure photographer, Bruce Kirkby’s journeys have taken him through more than 80 countries. From crossing Arabia’s Empty Quarter by camel, rafting Ethiopia’s Blue Nile Gorge, traversing Borneo’s northern coast by kayak, or a coast-to-coast Icelandic trek, his adventures read like a bucket list of the most ardent adventurer.

 

 

The Kimberley, B.C. native is a columnist for The Globe and Mail, author of two bestselling books, and a multi-National Magazine Award winner. Bruce’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, EnRoute, Huffington Post, Explore and Canadian Geographic.

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His photographic clients include Patagonia, Lululemon, Time, Outside, NG Adventure and MacLean’s. Winner of a prestigious Western Magazine Award, Bruce’s photography was selected by National Geographic as among “the most compelling adventure images of the decade.”

 

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kirkbyMULTIPLICITY 2016: BRUCE KIRKBY ON LIVING FREE FROM THE STATUS QUO
Recognized for connecting wild places with contemporary issues, wilderness writer and adventure photographer, Bruce Kirkby will be presenting at this year’s MULTIPLICITY event on April 10th at the World Ski & Snowboard Festival. Bruce’s journeys have taken him through more than 80 countries. From crossing Arabia’s Empty Quarter by camel, rafting Ethiopia’s Blue Nile Gorge, traversing Borneo’s northern coast by kayak, or a coast-to-coast Icelandic trek, his adventures read like a bucket list of the most ardent adventurer… Read more

 

 

MULTIPLICITY 2016_PressReleaseABOUT MULTIPLICITY
MULTIPLICITY — Elevation. Imagination. Inspiration.
Presented by Mountain Life Media – A special flagship fundraiser for the Spearhead Huts Project. Presented by Helly Hansen.

Like a TEDTalk® on adrenalin, MULTIPLICITY is visual storytelling at its most adventurous. Delivered by eight unique world-class athletes, explorers and outdoor personalities — this one-night, packed-house multimedia extravaganza is designed to resonate as much as it entertains with a mix of film, photography and truly engaging narratives.

A flagship fundraiser for the Spearhead Huts Project, the event premiered in 2013 and was immediately pegged “the most underrated night” at Whistler’s World Ski & Snowboard Festival. The secret is out now and MULTIPLICITY has grown into one of the crowd favourites in the WSSF‘s eclectic arts line-up, and is also considered one of Whistler’s most inspiring events…. Read more

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