|FREERIDE Magazine out of Germany went to print with this image of Jamie Goldman styling it out. Jamie has had one crazy year, he broke his neck in Mexico in a downhill competition, had a beautiful daughter and started fabricating high quality bike ramps. He is now back on his bike after his injury and is really doing well, with plans on coaching biking this summer the future is bright for this one.|
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A tribute piece on the late Dean Potter found in July issue of Men’s Journal.
I didn’t know Dean well, I think there are only a handful of people that truly did know him. From the short time that I hung out with Dean I found him to be relaxed, cool, calm, and calculated.
This image was shot with an old Polaroid of Dean in 2012 at Smith Rock in Oregon. At the time he insisted that his dog Whisper be in the shot, when the camera was pulled up his dog posed like a she was on a senior portrait shoot. Out of the multiple shots taken that day this image stood out to me because of Dean’s genuine smile and look of contentment.
|Competitor Magazine sent writer Mario Frailoi and me out to capture and speak about Bend's cult running culture for their June issue. Seems like we hit all types of weather on this assignment, snow, wind, rain and the occasional sunshine blast.|
|Mario Frailoi dropping into Smith Rock.|
|A few badass runners, (lower left) Max King and Picky Bars co-owner Lauren Fleshman.|
|Cue the classic Bend.|
|Carson Storch bikes in the small town of Real de Catorce, Mexico found in the new issue of Mountain Outlaw Magazine. This photo has been locked away for a while now so it's nice to it surface. Carson had so many flat tires from the cactus and the rugged landscape on this trip that I thought we were going to run out of spares.|
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|In Japan it is common to eat fish for breakfast, which I found hard to do especially if the fish still has it's head on it. Colby Richards (pictured here) ate his fishy power breakfast by landing a double binder in the February issue of Backcountry Magazine. This was photographed in Hokkaido Japan's slackcountry/backcountry. |
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|The landscape of Nevada's Great Basin country is one of those places that I have grown to love. At first site these huge basins come across as dusty and desolate harsh areas with a feeling of nothingness. I still think there is a lot of nothing in these huge landscapes and they are harsh as hell but I also think that there are a lot of hidden gems in them as well.|
The Conservation Lands Foundation sent us out to photograph this area for a week, their goal was to capture the vastness of the area and propose it as a future Monument. Ultimately, these photos are to be seen by politicians and the president who signs off on National Monuments.
There were times on the trip where we thought we were going to get the rig stuck on the rugged roads and have to walk 100 plus miles to civilization. Obviously, we made it out but if you plan on making a journey out here make sure you are prepared for anything, Nevada will throw you some curve balls at you.
Read more on Patagonia's - Cleanest Line
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|Excited to see this image run in the Spring issue of SUP the MAG. This image of Jacq Smith was shot on the east coast of Mexico where the crocodiles lurk. We didn't see any crocs but that doesn't mean they are not lurking around the area. Give the caption a read, personally I think it says quite a bit about the Yucatan. |
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|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'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 -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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|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.|
|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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