'Here's to you Jordan, our fallen hunter': Sask. photographer shares tribute to Jordan Van de Vorst

A group of photographers who knew the Van de Vorst family are remembering their peer Jordan Van de Vorst. Van de Vorst, his wife and two children were killed in a car crash near Saskatoon.

Group of aurora hunters share tribute for Jordan Van de Vorst

Colin Chatfield, or @ChatfieldPhoto, shared this tribute for Jordan Van de Vorst with CBC Saskatoon.

"Here's to you Jordan, our fallen hunter," wrote Colin Chatfield in a tweet.

Chatfield and a group of Saskatoon-based photographers will miss Jordan Van de Vorst.

The 34-year-old father and his young family were killed on January 3, 2016.

Van de Vorst was a member of the Saskatchewan Aurora Hunters, founded by photographer Colin Chatfield.

"He was always willing to help people, teach people, [and] share knowledge. I learned a few things from him along the way," Chatfield said.


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