Outside Magazine | Parting Shot

Justin Norman pond skims on his snowboard in the backcountry of Oregon.
Justin Norman making waves in the icy blue high alpine waters. This photo was one of our last rides of last years season, so of course it was nice seeing this image land in the last page of Outside.
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Outside Magazine | 2015 Calendar

Outside Magazine Calendar of a highliner in Yosemite National Park in California.
Just flipped to the month of March to find Brian Mosbaugh walking a highline in Outside Magazine's new calendar. I have so many fond memories of this trip. If you are in need of a calendar just holler!

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Josh Dirksen | Patagonia Clothing

Professional snowboarder Josh Dirksen does a heel side turn in a lava field in the Oregon backcountry. Patagonia advertisement.
Josh Dirksen's snowboard style is a calculated and soulful. Every turn, hand drag and slash he does is exciting to watch. We photographed this image last year in the Oregon backcountry while we were on a little snow camping expedition. This image was the first turn he did into this dreamy landscape which ended up in a Patagonia ad. 
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New York Times | 52 Places to Go in 2015 | Bend, Oregon

Stand up paddle board at Smith Rock State Park in Oregon for New York Times -Travel
New York Times -Travel put me on assignment to photograph Bend, Oregon for their piece "52 Places to Go in 2015." I photographed quite a bit for this job where we headed up to the mountains, the breweries, and the desert to get images. It was fairly difficult to find that one specific image that encapsulates Bend, it truly has so much to offer. In addition to stills NYT had me shoot cinemagraphs (moving stills) which you will see on the desktop version. The funny thing is that was my first time I had filmed a cinemagraph, if you are on a big screen check it out (here). 

Pictured above is Jacq Smith stand up paddleboarding in the early morning hours at Smith Rock, Ore. 
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BIKE MAG | 2015 BIBLE

Ryan Palmer works on one of the bikes fro the bike magazines Bike Bible.
Really excited to be part of this huge project! This past fall Bike Magazine put me on their biggest issue of the year, "The Bike Bible." The issue is a mix of a buyers guide with real life opinions from genuine mountain bikers about the newest bikes that are going to be put out on the market. This is Bike Mag's sixth annual Bible issue and they put in a ton of work to bring it to you. Below are some tear sheets from the issue.  
above: Mike Ferrentino, Brice Minnigh, and Ryan Palmer. 

above: Vernon Felton, Nicole Formosa, and Travis Engel. 


above: Simon Stewart, Petie Thom, and Lydia Tanner


Behind the scenes on what makes the annual Bike Bible so special. 


left: The Bike Bible house and some snow biking up high. right: Editor Brice Minnigh and Lydia Tanner working a berm on Mount Bachelor.  

 


Lots of funny conversations about science and bikes were discussed at the Bike house. 


Brice Minnigh in the cross country opener at Smith Rock. 


Ryan Palmer for the opener of the trail bike. 



Lydia Tanner, Mount Bachelor, Oregon. 



All Mountain opener. Ryan Palmer at Cline Butte. 

Freeskier Magazine | The Gap

Skier Ari Delashmutt airs over the Shevlin Bridge at Shevlin Park in Bend Oregon.
The water here in Tumalo Creek is cold, so cold in fact that it actually freezes from the ground up. Wading in this frigid water wasn't really pleasant, even though I had fishing waders on I became dangerously close to hypothermic. Towards the end of the day I started to loose the function of all my limbs. Nonetheless, Ari Delashmutt stepped up to the plate with this really scary Japan Air over the creek. It was rewarding day in the end, that's type two fun for you. 

Found in the 2015 backcountry issue of Freeskier Magazine.

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Backcountry Magazine

Black and White lifestyle photograph of Rex Shepard tuning skis in the Bend Oregon.
The photo annual of Backcountry Magazine is out and this photo of Rex Shepard made it into a little slot. I love the tuning shop in Skjersaa's, everything in that dungeon basement feels nostalgic. From the wax coating on everything to the tools lying everywhere to the classic ski posters that hang from the wall, it has it all. Lots of tuning, beers and stories have been told in that shop.
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TransWorld SNOWboarding | 2015 Photo Annual

Transworld Snowboarding Photo Annual 2015 pond skimming in the backcountry Justin Norman.
Well it is finally out, the coveted Photo Annual from Transworld Snowboarding. I am excited to get this photo of Justin Norman surfing the big blue into the publication. It's funny because we shot this pretty deep in the backcountry and Justin had never pond skimmed before. Justin was extremely nervous that he would drown with his board connected to his feet but he went for it anyway. 
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Fast Times with Funassyi ふなっしー


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This was by far one of the weirdest things that I have been a part of. This past summer I was on a Japanese TV show with one of Japan's favorite characters Funassyi. In four days we traveled from the east coast of Florida to Washington state shooting in eight different locations. The video above is poor quality but it is a little slice of the thirty minute show that aired in Japan recently.

Below are some images that I took along the way.

Manatee hanging around in Citrus County, Florida.


Sunrise with the infamous and energetic Funassyi. The energy levels at 5am in the morning was a little too much to take at times. 

The film crew working on B-roll footage. 


A taste of my own medicine. 

 
A worried crew thinking that Funassyi may drown swimming deep in the ocean. 


Funassyi doing the pear thing underwater. 


 The dynamics between the Miami Marlins and Funyassi was hilarious. Billy the Marlin only whistled and Funassyi only spoke Japanese so Billy hard a fairly difficult time teaching Funassyi how to pitch properly. 

 
First pitch at the Miami Marlins game. 



Oh yeah, press conference time...

 
The plan was for Funassyi to wing walk on this biplane but the pilot and crew deemed that Funassyi would die, so we decided to just put it into the seat instead. 


I'm pretty sure that pilot couldn't see anything. 




Look closely and you can see our yellow buddy in the Seattle Space Needle. 


The crew trying to line up the shot. 






Last but not least was the Seattle Tomato battle where Funassyi won the costume portion of the event...of course. 



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