Here’s a short video piece that recently came out that I shot for Outdoor Research and was produced and edited by Duct Tape Then Beer. Enjoy.
This Sunday evening at 8pm, The Man Who Can Fly is airing on National Geographic TV. I spent a good part of my summer working on this project as a camera operator, photographer, rigger and general handy man. This was one of the larger productions I’ve worked on to date and was an incredible experience [...]
Finally after 6 months of waiting I can share this image of Dean Potter walking a line up on Cathedral Peak in Yosemite. Hands down this is one of the craziest images I’ve ever captured. A lot of the credit really should goto Dean though as he was the one who dreamed up the shot [...]
Pretty stoked to have managed to get not only one but two covers this month! Both images have some pretty classic stories behind them as well. The shot of Cerro Torre, in Patagonia was taken last year while hiking out after climbing St. Exupery with Kate. We briefly stopped on the hike to have a [...]
It’s obviously not the US version of National Geographic Magazine but hey I’ll still take it! Most of the readers of my blog already know last year I worked as Jimmy Chin’s assistant for a feature article on climbing in Yosemite for National Geograhic magazine. Well the article is out in print now [...]
After patiently waiting since last November I can share some of the work I did along side Jimmy Chin for National Geographic. More pics and videos to come shortly. Until then here is National Geographic’s Extreme photo of the week. This photo still give’s me the chills. Almost forgot to mention this is Dean Potter [...]
Last September between assisting with Jimmy Chin, for a Nat Geo project, I was asked to shoot a multi-week backcountry project for a great friend Fitz Cahall. He’s best know for The Dirtbag Diaries, but he has also produced a web TV series The Season. Fitz and Becca’s dream trip finally came to realization, a [...]