Stories of faith, hope and encouragement


Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

Rattle The Bones is an on-going collection of road notes and anecdotes from award winning writer/photographer, Craig Pulsifer.

Over the years, Craig pounded through 40 foot swells aboard the Bluenose II, did a backsmacker from waterfalls 50 feet high and had a 120-foot pine tree dropped on his head by a logger. His subsequent career path into Forest Engineering was cut short after being environmentally enlightened by an enraged grizzly bear; an epiphany that exposed his deep love for storytelling.

From this fertile background, Craig cultivates the ability to use text and images to communicate with a broad mix of people in their respective dialects: from loggers to lawyers and newborn to statesmen.

For a closer look at his work behind the lens, an online portfolio is found here.

Past gigs include:


Globe and Mail, Financial Post, LaPresse, National Post, the Province (BC), Vancouver Sun


British Columbia Magazine, Checkerspot (Canadian Wildlife Federation), Child View (World Vision), Decision, Derniere Heure (France), Outside, Ranger Rick (National Wildlife Federation), Voyage


BC Forest Service, Canada Post, CSRD Film Commission, FarWest Outdoor Apparel, National Hockey League (NHL) Players Assoc. (a National Geographic affiliate), Paradata/Moneris, Salmon Arm Savings & Credit Union, Scotia Bank, Sol Mt. Touring, Whitewater West, West Coast Fishing Club


AWANA, Action International, Canadian Breast Cancer Society, Navigators of Canada, OMF, Saddleback/Purpose Driven, Shuswap Trail Alliance, SIL/Wycliffe, Youth With A Mission (YWAM Ships Kona), YWAM Ships Philippines

Personal Projects:

  • Photo Walkabout #1 – Westcoast Vancouver Island; BC Hippies
  • Photo Walkabout #2 – Philippines; Post Typhoon Yolanda Gap Relief
  • Photo Walkabout #3 – Ukraine; Postcards from the Motherland
  • Heroes & Rogues – Character study of notable locals for the town of Salmon Arm’s Centennial celebration [B/W, 6×7 film]
  • The Laundromat – Late night portrait series at the local coin-op… a story in every face



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