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The BC Parks Foundation Shop is made possible by these incredible artists. If you'd like to work with us, email shop@bcparksfoundation.ca. 

Aaron Brink


Aaron is a freelance graphic designer based out of Squamish, B.C. After spending over a decade working in the non-profit sector, Aaron has developed a strong passion for working with charities to help them promote and achieve their visions through compelling and relevant visual assets.

If you're looking to make Aaron's day, recommend a good book, band or restaurant, bring him a slice of pie, or bust out some impressive yo-yo tricks.

Emma Brickstock

Emma is a fourth year communication design student at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver. Her love for the outdoors grew when she moved from Port Perry, Ontario, to Calgary, Alberta. With the Rockies in her backyard, she was able to continue her love for skiing and grow a passion for hiking and backpacking. Since then, she has enjoyed hiking and road tripping around the Rockies and found her favourite destination: Mount Robson Provincial Park.

Leonie Weiss

Leonie started working with the BC Parks Foundation while studying as an exchange student at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver. She since moved back to her home in Germany, where she recently completed her bachelor’s degree in communication design at the University of Applied Sciences in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Leonie enjoys typography, branding and original concepts.


Liam Binnema

Liam Binnema is a Vancouver-based graphic designer. His love for theliam outdoors can be traced back to camping across B.C. as a child. These experiences helped develop a playful imagination, while also garnering sense of both the power and vulnerability of nature. Liam is currently in his final year of studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, working towards a bachelor's of design degree. His design practice (and mindful daydreams) are often exploring the contradictions of living an increasingly digitized life within an era where protecting and relating to nature is vitally important.