boykobrand on Instagram

Brad Boyko

From the ground up. 💥 Telling stories through lifestyle + landscape images Calgary, AB

Report inappropriate content

Even sub par mornings at Vermillion Lake are some of the best sights in the world. - Excited to announce I’ve finished my last exam of my undergrad today, and am excited to begin a new chapter in my life 🙏🏼🎓


Off to Eastern Europe for a month in a week and a half! Will miss these spectacular views, but I’m excited to explore new environments, cultures, and experiences!


I’d say we experienced our first day of spring yesterday in the mountains. Not losing feeling in my fingers while shooting is something I could get used to😅


Taking portrait applications for Lake Louise, will be tough to compete with @braystoro, but anythings possible 😜


I enjoy the simple things in life. Give me a bomb sun flare and I’m good.


Exploring new angles


One of the best Mondays I can remember. A full day of adventure served up with some unreal company


Can’t get enough of Canmore covered in snow


Making @braystoro look back at it to catch the sun flare 🤙🏼


That warm light rushing through the bridge was no reflection of the freezing temperature that morning. Someone hit me up with gloves that withstand -31C and still allow me to function my camera 😫❄️


Get yourself a Robbie, everyone needs a @robbiewigg


Pathway to freedom! ... Been really enjoying my GOBE filters these past couple trips out to the mountains, if you are interested in purchasing some of your own you can shop at and use coupon code: GobeGobe for 15% off!


After a full day of shooting and exploring Lake Louise was no disappointment on our final stop for the day 🤘🏼


Would you rather be knee deep in water or knee deep in snow?!


Leading the pack 🦌


35cm of snow covered us up here in Calgary, Banff we coming for you tomorrow 👊🏼


Too many iconic shots from this place, if you live in Alberta/BC and haven’t been yet, Emerald Lake should be top of the list!


I’m just about over the snow here in Canada, wouldn’t mind heading back to catching rays at this fall sunrise in Canmore. A time when shooting sunrise didn’t include losing feeling in your fingers!