And I will put my Spirit within you, and you shall live..  Ezekiel 37:14

ABOUT

Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

~ The Wizard of Oz, 1939


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:

Newspaper:

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

Magazine:

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

Commercial:

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

Non-Profits:

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)

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 [ongoing]

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