Fritz is an award-winning photographer, emerging filmmaker and cinematographer, and a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Fritz’s eye for beauty, nose for story, field experience and background in ecology and government serve him well on assignments in the circumpolar North. Fritz is known for his high standards: he maintains the best kit and puts in the longest days in his quest for cinematic perfection.
Fritz completed two degrees at University of British Columbia, doing his master’s fieldwork near Kluane National Park in the Yukon. His first career was as a biologist and environmental assessment scientist. For over a decade he worked as a professional photographer. Today Fritz's work mixes stills, motion, time lapse, aerials, scouting and filmmaking for a range of clients and projects.