Robin O'Neill's slide show took top prize this weekend at Whistler's Deep Winter Photo Challenge. It encompasses the essence of the true Whistler skiing lifestyle and tells a little about the history and extreme conditions that the locals tough to ride the best terrain in BC, if not the world. The slide show tells the story of the young generation and bring a light of the changing times of the world of skiing. Robin O’Neill | Deep Winter Photo Challenge 2012 Winning Slide Show | Unofficial Networks

Robin O'Neill | Deep Winter Photo Challenge 2012 Winning Slide Show

Robin O'Neill | Deep Winter Photo Challenge 2012 Winning Slide Show

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Robin O’Neill’s slide show took top prize this weekend at Whistler’s Deep Winter Photo Challenge. It encompasses the essence of the true Whistler skiing lifestyle and tells a little about the history and extreme conditions that the locals tough to ride the best terrain in BC, if not the world. The slide show tells the story of the young generation and bring a light of the changing times of the world of skiing.

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A little info about the photographer:

Robin O’Neill is a Canadian commercial lifestyle and documentary photographer. Based in Whistler, this adventurer, athlete and keen observer uses her camera to explore the human condition at work and play.

Robin’s command of story and knack for documentary allow her to create compelling visual vignettes that showcase fascinating characters, dynamic environments, and a range of products. She has shot campaigns for clients including Bell Canada, Whistler Mountain Bike Park, lululemon athletica, and the Four Seasons.

After growing up in the concrete canyons of Toronto and earning her BA in history at Queens University, Robin O’Neill bolted for the wild. She worked with international aid organisations on two continents before landing in Whistler, BC, where she put down roots and launched a photographic career.

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