About The Artist

Nathaniel Massey comes by his talent naturally.  He’s been shooting the great outdoors since he was old enough to hold a camera.

In the 80′s Nathaniel graduated from the Brook’s Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara and immediately began his career as a cameraman and camera operator in the booming Vancouver Film Industry.  After nearly 30 years of working on award winning feature films and television series, Nathaniel and his wife Dian, also an artist and writer, moved to a ranch in the scenic Nicola Valley.

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The Collection

The big skies, rolling hills, and dramatic weather of B.C.’s interior compliment the abandoned homesteads, old barns, ghost towns and natural elements that occupy the landscape. “The Old Way Home” collection highlights the rustic charm of century old buildings as well as the majesty and fortitude of trees and structures that have survived the ravages of time.

“Living here leads one to imagine the daily life and hardships of the people that pioneered this part of Western Canada”, says Nathaniel. “Most of these old ranch buildings are gradually returning to the

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How to Order

Nathaniel’s prints can be ordered unframed or framed using beautiful salvaged barn wood or old growth cedar harvested from the beaches on B.C.’s west coast.  Hand-made by the artist, Nathaniel uses only salvaged and recycled wood from barns, beaches, and ranch buildings that have succumbed to the elements, allowing the aged wood a second chance at life.  Each print is professionally printed on museum quality paper.  Framed limited editions are signed and numbered, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.  Custom frames are made using

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In the collection “The Old Way Home”, I discovered an inner dignity that lies within the abandoned homesteads, ancient trees and open spaces of the historic West. I’m drawn to their solitude and remoteness. They all have a story to tell about courage and perseverance. Nathaniel Massey.

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