Wiley X Eyewear | 2018 / 2019 Campaign

Wiley X and I teamed up for another round of shoots this time in Colorado, Oregon and in Utah. Each shoot involved four straight days of getting to the location and shooting for a total of 2 or more weeks. Here is a small portion of what we photographed, we shot, hunting, fishing, climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, road cycling, ice climbing, ranch life, rafting and more.. pretty exhausting but I loved it!

Client: Wiley X Eyewear
Agency: Sasquatch 
Art Director: Thomas Morris
Producer: Matt Ferrell
Photography: Tyler Roemer



This cowpoke was a true to life Matthew Mcconaughey look-alike... alright, alright, alright. 




Mountain biking in Utah. 




Road cycling at 14, 000 feet in Colorado.







































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BORN Magazine | Issue One

Here’s Carson Storch in the first issue of BORN Magazine out of Switzerland. We shot this a few years back in New Zealand and every time I look back at photos of that place I get those warm fuzzies. BORN magazine is so new that I don’t think they have any social channels yet but from what I’ve seen so far they are off to a good start. You can check out their site (here). 


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ADVENTURE NOTHING | Trek Bikes





Cam Mccaul in the desert at night.
There's some people that just get on the same wavelength as you, Cam McCaul is one of those guys. I called him up and said, "lets go do nothing in the desert with bikes and no plans". Cam is a busy guy with lots of obligations but he said, "yes!" in his excited Cam sort of way. I think we are both bad at doing nothing so we obviously did something out in nowhere land.

Cam wrote up some words about our little mission and it landed on the Trek homepage. You can read the entire article (here).



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YETI Coolers

Forrest Shearer winter camping in the Oregon backcountry.
I keep running into photos from our winter shoot last year with YETI. This one of Forest Shearer made it into a print campaign for them. YETI has been nailing the storytelling from their videos to their photos, they are definitely one of my favorite companies that I work with. 

Backcountry Magazine | Spring Issue

Kohl Christensen and Josh Dirksen tour around in the golden light in the morning in the Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon.
Surfer boy Kohl Christensen pictured here with Josh Dirksen was feeling good in the morning of our tour. 12 hours and 12 miles later of skinning around and hitting one semi-good windlip his sea legs definitely felt it. C’est la vie! 
This one made it into the Feb issue Backcountry Mag where they did a mini write up. 

Alpinist 61

Alpinist Magazine is a work of art, it's actually more like a journal or a coffee table book rather than a magazine filled with climbing of the past, present and future. In issue 61 you will find an awesome article in it about the late Fred Beckey who was a pioneer for the climbing world.
I get pretty excited when any photo big or small that I shot makes into print with this mag. This shot above is of Jesse Bernier was over this past summer in Tuolmne Meadows in Yosemite. Yosemite is a magical place and I can't wait to get back there. 

Carson Storch's New Zealand Odyssey | Rocky Mountain Bicycles

Photo essay on Pinkbike of mountain biking in New Zealand.
 For the second year in a row Carson and I headed down south for the winter we explored a bit. New Zealand feels like a second home to me but a bit more beefed up as far as the mountains and riding go. Rocky Mountain Bikes put together a little photo essay and some words by Carson of our recent trip this past month up on PinkBike. A lot happened on this trip, more than 30 photos can tell but isn’t that the way it always goes?

Read the full article (here).

Carson with a casual floater close by the town of Queenstown, New Zealand. 

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Patagonia Fly Fishing 2018 Catalog

Patagonia Spring Flyfishing Catalog.
This was my late grandfathers old fly fishing stomping grounds, back in the day he explored and fished this river when it was a wilder place. It’s cool to see it in print but I bet he would smack me upside the head if he saw this, fishing spots are similar to ‘Fight Club’ in that you don’t talk about fishing spots. This one of Nate Koenigsknecht made it into Patagonia's 2018 Fly Fishing Spring Catalog. Flip through the new catalog (here). 


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Pleasure Snowboard Magazine | POWDER issue

Josh Dirksen on the cover of Pleasure Snowboard Magazine.
The folks at Pleasure Snowboard Magazine out of Germany have been quite nice to us this year. Their Powder issue has quite a bit of my photos in there including the cover and an interview with Josh Dirksen about snow camping and a list of necessities to bring along with you. Here's the catch though...it's all written in German. 

Cover: Josh Dirksen with his classic turn. 







Interview with Josh Dirksen. 






The old man still has it... Josh left the ground for a while. 












Kohl Christensen and Dirksen taking in the morning view. 




Nils Mindnich and Dirksen with their early morning yoga to start the day off right. 

BIKE Magazine | Butcher Paper

This photo is an oldie that made it into the December 2017 issue of BIKE Magazine. This image is of Carson Storch hanging out after a long day of biking. Article written by Kristin Butcher. 

YETI Coolers | Panga Bag


It's always fun to see and test out products before they hit the shelves. The Panga bag might be one of my favorite products that YETI has made so far. This is definitely a burly bag that you can basically drop kick off a cliff and it would be fine.

Above: Cody Townsend preps the snowmobile for a ride into the yurt. 










For more outdoor commercial photography visit Tyler Roemer Photography's official website (HERE)


Coast Mountain Culture Magazine


Well it's good to see this spread below published from our friends up north in Canada from Coast Mountain Culture Magazine. Coast Mountain Culture is an awesome and free magazine out of British Columbia that focuses on sports and lifestyle in the pacific northwest and Canada.
Cover Rusty Ockenden photo by Scott Serfas. 


Here's the smorgasbord from left to right. Jonny Sischo, Willamette National Forrest. Elena Pressprich, Crater Lake and Josh Dirksen in the Three Sisters Wilderness.  

Patagonia Pro 2017 Catalog

Print ad of Patagonia clothing commercial brand catalog.
Well I wasn't expecting this one to land on the cover of the new Patagonia Pro Catalog but man, oh man am I stoked! Patagonia has always been doing editorial style catalogs for as long as I can remember. Their catalogs contain compelling photos with little snippets and stories of peoples journeys in the outdoors. This photo was shot a few years back of Justin Norman where we were camping out and decided to pond skim, Justin chose to keep it minimal by only wearing his board shorts, boots and board.
Here's another version of the photo that landed on Patagonia's site.


For more outdoor editorial photography visit Tyler Roemer Photography's official website (HERE)


Pleasure Snowboard Magazine

Pleasure Snowboard Magazine out of Germany just rolled out and onto shelves with their 2017-18 product review issue. In it you can find a bunch of board and gear reviews, all good stuff if you can read German. Below are a couple photos landed in this issue. 


Pleasure Snowboard Magazine with Forrest Shearer.
Forrest Shearer checking the current conditions. This was shot in the Oregon backcountry during a pretty good storm system rolled through. 



Here's Jonny... aka Jonny Sischo in the intro section. It was pretty crazy light that evening.



For more outdoor snowboard and editorial photography visit Tyler Roemer Photography's official website (HERE)


Outdoor Magazine (Germany)

I just got my hands on this issue of Outdoor Magazine based out of Germany. I shot this a few years ago of Trevor Sheehan on a stretch of river in Washington. As always, it never seems to get old to see my work in print.


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