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Ona Bags

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Ona Bags

In January of 2016, I was on a project that allowed me to travel across 6 provinces in Canada over 18 days. This would cause me to spend hours outside in the Canadian winter cold and I would need to have everything with me. I needed a bag that would allow me to carry my laptop, hard drives, camera and lenses. It needed to be durable, easy to carry and allow for easy access. I needed an ONA BAG

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Photo by @tannerwendell

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Photo by @tannerwendell

 

This bag is not only functional but stylish. Its made of canvas which allows for durabilty and just an overall cool look. between shoots, I could throw my bag on the ground and run for the shot. Additionally, I could wear the backpack as it was lightweight and even distributed the weight of all my items. 

Golden Ears, Vancouver BC. Photo by @tannerwendell

Golden Ears, Vancouver BC. Photo by @tannerwendell

I had my ONA Bag with me for 18 days. 6 Provinces and hours each day in the freezing cold. I would arrive at hotels late at night, throw my bag down and open the front only to pull out my laptop and hard drives and load up all my images of the day. Early in the morning, I could easily throw it all back in neatly and quickly and be on my way. 

The Camps Bay Bag by Ona Bags

The Camps Bay Bag by Ona Bags

My bag is still going strong and is with me everything I go. Check out some of my photos below from my trip and stay tuned to see some of the images on Billboards and in Print across Canada!!

Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia.

Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia.

Ice Cabin in Saskatchewan.

Ice Cabin in Saskatchewan.

Fishing sheds on in Prince Edward Island.

Fishing sheds on in Prince Edward Island.


An entrepreneur, creator, father & husband from Calgary, Scott Bakken is inspiring a generation of creatives to live their best life.