Hike the Line

I spent several weeks getting to know and filming Claire and Tenny, who in May, completed the first ever thru-hike of the US / Mexico border. My collaborator Zak had this article published in Outside Magazine about the accomplishment. The Outside post also premiered the trailer for the upcoming film, releasing in early 2019. See more at HiketheLine.com

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85 for 85 Book

The 85 for 85 project came about as some friends here in Montezuma County were troubled by the great decrease in protections the Trump administration made on the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante landscapes. Thinking about what can be done, they spearheaded creating a book of 85 artistic impressions of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante landscapes. The goal to raise $8,500 for the Wilderness Society and their fight against these decreases. 

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We Are the Montezuma Land Conservancy

Over the past year, I've been collaborating with the Montezuma Land Conservancy on a new video helping to define their mission visually. Using primarily conservation easements, MLC strives to protect the rural, open nature of the land in southwest Colorado. They've protected miles of land for perpetuity and have started to branch out into other realms as well, such as education and kids programs on their new 80 acre farm.

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Salmon River, Idaho for OARS

I always love getting back to my old stomping grounds in Idaho to shoot (I used to guide on the Salmon and Snake in High School). I jumped at the opportunity to return for OARS to shoot some stories again this fall. Unfortunately our timing wasn't great, coming in right during some of the fiercest fires (and smoke) of Idaho's fire season. Unable to fly into the Middle Fork we audibled to the Main and had a really fun, unique trip.

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Bishop Boards

Todd Bishop of Bishop Boards and I set off on a southeast road trip in summer 2017 to shoot stories about many of his pro paddlers. From whitewater to yoga to surf SUP we had a blast getting to know the talented, passionate folks on the Bishop Boards team. Here are a few favorites of the project.

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San Raphael Swell Packrafting

In the spring of 2017, friends Zak, Jeff and I rode off into the San Raphael swell in Utah in search of some slot canyon packrafting. With the good snowpack and warming temperatures things started to flow.

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Amelia

In Summer, 2017, I had the priviledge to go to Kiribati with National Geographic and TIGHAR to document the search for Amelia Earhart's remains. Shooting for National Geographic Studios we followed the story of a team of forensic dogs, trained to sniff out human remains as a last resort for the archaeologists that have been working on the remote island of Nikumaroro for decades.

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Alpine Blizzard Shooting

I spent a day this week shooting up in the San Juan mountains today for a new National Geographic television program. Keeping the gear dry is a perpetual challenge but there's nothing better than being in the backcountry during a snow storm taking pretty pictures. Here's a couple BTS shots of the excursion.

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From the Front Lines of the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

Thousands of Native Americans have set up camp at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers in southern North Dakota to protest the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. This pipeline, if completed, would move 500,000 barrels of oil per day from the lucrative Bakken region in North Dakota across four states to Illinois. Developers contend that it would provide the safest, most cost effective way to deliver oil from North Dakota to the rest of the country.

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