It’s no secret that I introduce myself as an adventure photographer and writer, but I have long wrestled with the idea of simply calling myself a storyteller. I have always been inspired by magazine articles of outlandish tales of true adventure. It was with that in mind that I enrolled in journalism school, planning to become a full-time writer.

For a time, I did just that, pitching and landing freelance assignments from newspapers, magazines, and websites. Along the way, I discovered photography and my focus shifted, but I still accept plenty of writing assignments each year. I am also working hard to combine both my writing and photography to tell more compelling stories. New projects are around the corner!

Apologies that not all of these articles are currently available online.

Jeff Bartlett’s Writing Resume

 Afar

Contributed to and curated The Afar Guide to Alberta.

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Canadian Cycling Magazine

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Canadian Running Magazine

Matador Network

Explore-Canada-like-a-Local-1024x436.jpgBetween 2010 and 2013, I wrote more than 30 stories for the Matador Network. My largest contribution was during Matador’s partnership with the Canadian Tourism Commission. Called Explore Canada Like a Local, the campaign saw writers visit all 10 provinces. I traveled throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan. My contributions included:

 

Northword

Travel + Escape Magazine

  • Desert and Skies Issue: Dark Skies over Jasper National Park
    This article was republished several times, ultimately being featured on MSN Travel Canada and Cottage Life.

Snow Seekers

TravelSquire.com

Throughout the 2013-2014 ski season, I contributed eight articles to TravelSquire.com’s original Ski Column.

Viator

I currently write three blogs for Viator.com:
Things to do in Alberta | Antarctica | Greenland

Viva Travel Guides

I wrote the entire Mendoza section of Viva Travel Guide’s original Argentina Guidebook.

Vue Weekly

Snow Zone Section