Award winning communications specialist with thousands of published clips in newspapers and magazines throughout North America.
Center of Attention: Alex Honnold, El Capitan, and the Media Machine
It didn't take long for news of rock climber Alex Honnold's ascent of El Capitan to burn through the internet.
Death of a Co-op
What the hell happened at MEC? It's complicated (and not all of the answers are forthcoming). A journey back into MEC's past, and a possible blueprint for the future.
Grouse Mountain, British Columbia
After a century, it's still the peak of Vancouver.
Wide Open Spaces: 5 Things to Think About Before Choosing a Rural Life
Even pre-pandemic, Canadians were flocking to smaller towns and cities.
Myra Canyon trail back on track
Kettle Valley Railway back in action after fires, fundraising.
Exploring the Cayes of Belize on a stand-up paddleboard
That time when Island Expeditions invited me to go stand up paddling in Belize.
If It Goes Up, The Traslin Brothers Are Down
Why Mike and Andy Traslin are the best brother act in Canadian skiing.
Profile of the famous urban planning sage Richard Florida, following a 2018 visit to Vancouver.
Jim Herrington and “The Climbers”
Review and profile of The Climbers; a fine art photography book by documentarian Jim Herrington.
A profile of visionary photographer Edward Burtynsky for Vancouver fashion and design magazine Montecristo.
B.C.'s Adera spreads word about mass timber building construction
Mass timber finds favour with BC homebuilders and developers.
Steven Threndyle is a freelance writer based in North Vancouver, B.C. He has written hundreds of articles on residential and recreational housing projects throughout the province for RightSizing, the Vancouver Sun, BC Business and Western Investor. View his on-line portfolio at http://sthrendyle.contently.com/
Leaving a mark: Whistler’s little-known history of telemark skiing
Free the heels, free the mind! The genesis of Coast Range telemark skiing at Whistler Blackcomb.