We've got talent!
We pride ourselves on delivering high quality work based on the latest peer-reviewed science. With our commitment to high standards, we handily meet the needs of our clients while also fulfilling our professional obligations. I guess you could say we're good at what we do.
Have a look below to learn more about each of our team members.
Drew Brayshaw | Ph.D., P. Geo
Senior Hydrologist, Co-owner
Phone | 604 897 3563
Drew Brayshaw, our resident expert hydrologist and geoscientist, has been thinking about water and landslides for more than 20 years. He’s become an expert in terrain stability assessment, natural hazard assessment, and many of the other facets of environmental geoscience by working and studying throughout BC. Drew’s generous mentoring style allows him to support our junior staff to become expert geoscientists in their own right. When he’s not working, he’s exploring mountains, working on that guidebook, or climbing some ice.
Eryne Croquet | M. Sc., P. Ag., P. Geo.
Agrologist and Geoscientist, Co-owner
Phone | 604 799 8817
As the senior agrologist amongst a team of geoscientists specialized in hydrology, Eryne finds herself in the role of defender of the soil. Practical geomorphology, hydrology, and soil survey are amongst her favourite tasks. She uses her love of being outdoors to her advantage when doing field work in the diverse landscapes of British Columbia. She brings her entrepreneurial spirit and collaborative approach to the office. Eryne’s goal is to commute to the office using her e-bike as often as she can.
Colton Cantner | B. Sc., GIT
Colton Cantner has always had an exploratory and curious nature and his desire for discovery helps in his work as a geoscientist. He solves problems related to sustainable resource development, environmental impact and preservation, and public safety using his knowledge of geology and geomorphology. Despite his generally quiet nature, Colton is a great communicator. When not in the office or in the field, you can find him enjoying quality time with friends and family.
Chris Hood | M.Sc., P. Geo.
Chris has been involved in various aspects of mineral exploration, active mining, and geological mapping for over 25 years in remote locations in B.C., Northwest Territories, Alberta, Nunavut, and at the huge Bingham Canyon Mine in Utah. Chris is looking forward to expanding his expertise to the world of terrain hazard assessment. He brings a detail-oriented approach and a love of the outdoors to Statlu. Outside of the office, Chris can frequently be found wandering up mountains or exploring his next technical canyoning project.
Ryan Kremsater | B. Sc., GIT
Ryan specializes in understanding soils and rocks surrendering to the will of gravity. He uses his knowledge of geology, geomorphology, rock mechanics, and soil mechanics to study unstable slopes in British Columbia. He is always excited to learn new skills and brings a lot of energy to his work. Outside of work, Ryan spends his time mountain unicycling, skiing, hiking, and exploring with his camera; often pausing to inspect interesting rocks and landscapes.
Office Manager & Safety Coordinator
Tina is the person behind the scene that maintains our office, keeping it organized, and running smoothly so the Geoscientists can do what they do best. She also keeps everyone a bit safer while they're working in the field by staying on top of changing field conditions and planning our adventurous training sessions. In the midst of a group of intellectuals, Tina enjoys being immersed in the world of geoscience through reading reports, participating in group meetings, and listening to the intriguing office conversations. As a child, she was an avid rock-hound with her family; this has given her a small insight into the love and passion her co-workers have for our landscape. If she is not in the office, you can find her in her kitchen baking something delicious to share with the people around her.
Tilda is responsible for sleeping on the couch, fetching the ball, and eating the treats. She loves to go in the field to sniff things. She uses her gentle friendliness to greet everyone when they come to work each day. Tilda’s goal is to find the perfect stick to chew.