There’s a reason naturist David Attenborough is always seen sporting the familiar coyote fur trim of a Canada Goose hood in his series Frozen Planet. It’s the same reason why in behind the scenes images from movies shooting in cold locations, the entire crew are seen donning that very same trim. Ask anyone who owns one and they’ll tell you the same, that Goose’ll keep you warm.
Over the past few months a number of Westside shooters have found themselves facing the harsh climates. Amongst them, Chris Gordaneer, who earlier this summer rounded up his crew and set off for BC’s Pemberton Glacier. Alongside Doug Robinson, Nathan Morlando, and members of team Goose, the pack set off on their mission to create The Journey North, Canada Goose’s multiformat campaign for the Toronto International Film Fest.
A quick word from Chris before we get into some behind the scenes,
It’s a great project that was a lot of fun to shoot. It was the first time I’ve been out to Pemberton and while I can’t say the Goose would’ve helped during my trips to Africa, if you find yourself on the side of a glacier, come prepared.
Here’s a peek at a place you can see Gordaneer‘s chair on show.