Introducing a new collection of custom circular frames inspired by aerial images taken through the “photographer’s window” from the sky in a de Havilland Beaver floatplane. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive at the gallery is whether Jeremy uses a drone to capture aerial photographs. The answer is no, he much prefers hanging his head out of helicopters and airplanes to photograph the land below. 

Known as the “photographer’s hole”, it’s thought these windows were added to Beavers during the Vietnam War, so that the battlefield could be accurately captured. 

These custom are frames built by hand by the same local Vancouver Island craftsman who makes all our frames for the Jeremy Koreski Gallery. In black walnut, these unique circular frames make a memorable statement, whether as part of a gallery wall or displayed solo.