Zoya Lynch is an award-winning photographer & filmmaker based in Revelstoke BC. She has earned recognition for her work with commercial contracts and featured photos in several reputable publications in the action-sports and travel industries.

Photography allows Zoya to translate her deep reverence for the natural world through a tapestry of light-filled moments. She is constantly seeking to combine the wilderness and stories of human connection, achievement and wonder.  

As both an athlete and an artist, Zoya’s camera has led her on expeditions to far-off mountain ranges in Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Alaska, New Zealand, Japan, South America and Europe, as well as the forests, streams and peaks that surround her home in Revelstoke, BC.

Zoya studied Documentary Film Production at Langara College, which has lead her to work on several film projects. Most recently, she directed and edited a 10 minute film titled “Kindred”, which was an official selection at the Banff Mountain Film Festival in 2018.

Zoya loves all aspects of photography, from the summit shot to the quiet moments in-between. She finds balance through artfully capturing wedding, family and lifestyle photography that brims with authenticity and imagination.


2013 Out of Bounds Photography Exhibit - 1st Place
2014 Deep Winter Photo Challenge - 1st Place
2014 Hot Lapse Photo Showdown - 3rd Place
2016 Deep Winter Photo Challenge - 3rd Place
2017 Jackson Hole Exposed - 3rd Place 

Featured Publications:

The Globe & Mail, National Geographic Adventure, The Ski Journal, Sidetracked Magazine, Powder, Ski Canada Magazine, Backcountry Magazine, Kootenay Mountain Culture, Mountain Life, Aka Skidor, Freeskier Magazine,  Forecast Magazine, Lucia Journal