BIKE Mag | Cam McCaul

Biker Cam McCaul does a no hander at sunset in Redmond Oregon in the new issue of Bike Mag.
Cam McCaul spreads his wings in the new issue of BIKE Magazine. Call me old school but I always love seeing photographs make it to the printing process in this age of digital media.
For more mountain bike photography visit Tyler Roemer Photography's official website (HERE).


National Geographic | Extreme Photo of the Week

National Geographic extreme photo of the week, mountain bike in snow, backflip, Carson Storch.
Excited to see pro-biker and good friend Carson Storch flipping his way into National Geographic, "Extreme Photo of the Week." We shot this on Thanksgiving Day in Redmond, Oregon. It was set up perfectly for us where we shoveled the snow off and Carson was jumping in not time.  

Check out the article (HERE). 
For more outdoor editorial photography visit Tyler's site (HERE)


Alpinist | Spring 2016 Issue.

Jesse B climbing the awesome basalt columns in the Oregon desert found in the new issue of Alpinist.  Alpinist Magazine is one of those publications where type two and three fun is looked at as a good thing, happy to see this photo make the cut. 
For more outdoor climbing photography visit Tyler's website (HERE)


Bicycling Magazine | Carl Decker

Carl Decker plows through a icy puddle with his Subaru rally car.
Bicycling Magazine sent me out with professional mountain biker Carl Deckerto photograph his side project, rally racing. The backstory with Carl is that he has raced this car in the X-Games competing with the big dogs of the sport. For Carl it's basically a cool hobby when he is not biking.

I thought I knew cars; I don't. Seriously, I haven't been this frightened or car sick in a while, Carl drove us down single one lane snowy road and I thought we were going to wrap around a tree at 70mph and die. I had no clue that you could drive that fast in snow in such sketchy conditions.

(Pictured above) Carl Decker blasts though an icy puddle with his rally car. 

Wiley X Eyewear | 2016 Campaign


Rock climbing in summer at smith rock.
When the folks over at Sasquatch Agency approached me about a shoot with Wiley X Eyewear I was a little skeptical initially if it was the right fit. But, when we started to formulate ideas and get their glasses on outdoor athletes it was clear we were going to work well together. To date, we've photographed 12 full days –sunrise to sunset– traveling around multiple states to get the shot. 


Wiley X's 2016 Master Catalogue cover image (above) was day one of the shoot. At 103 degrees in the dead of summer on the wall, I seriously thought one of us was going to pass out from the heat. It's funny how sometimes when it's all said and done, we remember the challenging moments rather than the easy, peaceful ones. 

Below is an extremely small portion of what we photographed for the Wiley X master catalog. Other images will slowly be rolling out within the year. 

Outdoor lifestyele photography of mountain biking.
Mountain biking - Columbia Gorge, Washington. 



Wiley X technical eyewear, windsurfing the gorge.
Windsurfing - Hood River, Oregon. 



Canoeing - Central Oregon. 





Beard kayak tough manly.
Whitewater kayaking - Washington State. 



Wiley X eyewear flyfishing.
Fly fishing - Crooked River, Oregon. 




Outdoorsman hunting photography.
Hunting - Central Oregon. 


Active lifestyle outdoor photography road cycling.
Road cycling - Columbia Gorge, Oregon. 


Wakeboarding lifestyle outdoor photography
Wakeboarding - Lake Tahoe, California. 


Trail running in Bishop California desert
Trail running - Bishop, California. 




Outdoorsman active lifestyle photography.
Off road - Bishop California. 

 For more outdoor commercial photography visit Roemer's site (HERE)



Clif Bar Kids | Out to Play

Clif kids crossing log Portland Oregon.
This past spring I teamed up with Clif Bar to shoot stills for their Clif Bar Kids campaign in Portland, OR, Droptree Productions was there also shooting the commercial spot. It is always a challenge to keep out of all the filmer's ways but we work well together. Below are some of the ad campaigns that Clif Bar ran for ZBars. 


Clif bar kid on a skateboard and dog.






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


Snowboard Magazine | Alex Yoder & Josh Dirksen

Alex Yoder professional snowboarder tunes his snowboard in Josh Dirksen's garage.
A couple photos appeared in the past issues of Snowboard Magazine  of Alex Yoder fine tuning his snowboard in Josh Dirksen's man cave.  Below is an interview with Dirksen titled, "The Way I See It", on his perspective of where snowboarding has been, where it stands currently and it is going.



Josh Dirksen interview on snowboarding.
Josh Dirksen's interview "The Way I See It". Read it (here). 


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


Travel Oregon | Q &A

I teamed up with the fine folks over at Travel Oregon to do a little Q&A about what keeps me busy during winter and a couple of my favorite places to visit. Winter is quite possibly one of my favorite seasons, maybe my body runs hot or something but I feel more alive during those cold winter months. You can read the entire article (here). 

Backcountry Magazine | January 2016 Issue

Wow, it's hard to believe that it is 2016 already! Backcountry Magazine is on it with their new issue to roll out the new year. This photo of Ari landed in there with a note from the editor in chief of Backcountry, Tyler Cohen. I particularly enjoyed the last paragraph that Cohen wrote. 

Backcountry Magazine | Last Look

last col - ford every stream 

This was by far the wettest day of our season last year with Justin Norman. Found in the last page of Backcountry Magazine

For more snowboard editorial photography visit Tyler's website (HERE)


Men's Health | January / February 2016

Biking along the thousand plus miles of trails in Bend Oregon.
Men's Health did a little outdoor feature on you guessed it, Bend... I photographed this up on Mount Bachelor in their mtb terrain park, this photo is a little cropped but it shows off a little what Bachelor has to offer. 


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

Washington State History Museum

Last spring, the Washington State History Museum and Storyline Studio set us out on a whirlwind road trip covering a portion of the states geological treasures. Due to the tight timeframe we calculated that I only had three hours at each location to photograph. The trip in total was close to a month on the road, driving and shooting the entire time. Our journey was filled with joy, frustration, illness, navigational nightmares and awe at other times. I haven’t had a chance to check it out in person but here are a couple semi-permanent display prints that the museum created from the assignment.  


Big thanks to Jacq Smith for the non-stop navigation and photo assisting! (here
Mount Saint Helens, Ranier, Potholes Coulee are some of the locations featured above. 




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Omak Rock, the Feathers and the Ancient Lakes featured above.


Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.




Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.



Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.


Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.



Here are some behind the scenes shots from the trip. (Above) The Columbia Gore above Beacon Rock.




My trusty assistant.



Shoot upload, repeat.


Killing time waiting for good light.



Some days were better than others... 1DX down and a brand new Zeiss lens


We had a difference in opinion on the map at times. 



The ever trusty 'mobile device' or otherwise known as "HotElement". 

Patagonia Provisions

Professional snowboarder Josh Dirksen cooks on the cover of the Patagonia Provisions catalog.
Print always gets me excited, especially in this day of digital hoopla! -I sound like an old man there. Pictured above is Patagonia snowboard ambassador Josh Dirksen cooking on one of our backcountry camp out missions. If you haven't heard the news Patagonia is making food and it is tasty, especially when you are outside in the woods. Check it out (here). 

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