An Elk Valley snowmobiler with an eye for detail

A young man and woman in the backcountry.

Callan Senyk, owner of Throttle Ops Photography, and his fiancé, Kelly Michele. — photo courtesy Callan Senyk

Hundreds of snowmobilers flock to the Elk Valley each winter, and in their excitement over the snow, they often forget to take out a camera and grab some photos. Enter Callan Senyk.

Last winter, Senyk—who is a backcountry snowmobiler and an experienced photographer—started Throttle Ops Photography. So far, the focus of his business has been on the Fernie area, with clients from Alberta and Saskatchewan, but he also serves Sparwood, Elkford and Crowsnest Pass. When asked what he enjoys most about running Throttle Ops, Senyk said it is being able to capture the memories that riders can take home and share with their friends and families.

For more information, visit Throttle Ops Photography's website or Facebook Page.

Kirsten Armleder

Kirsten is a staff writer and photographer for Kootenay Business who enjoys learning more about the people who help this region thrive. View all of Kirsten Armleder’s articles

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