Patagonia | #Find_Away

Fall is officially here and winter is fast approaching. It's always great to see winter photos appearing from the archives that I almost forgot even existed. Pictured here is Colby Richards with Asahi-Daki Mountain in the background.  This particular mountain in Hokkaido Japan is an interesting ski resort that only has one chair that drops you off mid-way up. From there you are pretty much on your own. There is no ski patrol to bail you out of sticky situations, so being on your best behavior and picking the right line with the right people is mandatory. 

Found on the Patagonia website. 


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BIKE Magazine | MOOD SWINGS

This trip proved that when plans go wrong true adventure begins. Bike Magazine put us on a four day journey where we circumnavigated Mount Hood using the Cascade Huts as a refuge along the way. "The plan" was to start in Hood River and finish there, totaling close to 140 miles give or take. The problem with the huts is that they are hard to find, especially on dirt and snow covered roads with little to no signage. It was a serious pedal tour around Mount Hood spanning wide around logging roads and the occasional single-track. If you are a masochist that likes to ride mile after mile on dirt roads, then I highly recommend this tour. But as the story reads, it is the entire journey ––not just the good parts–– that makes these type of trips enjoyable. 

The story was written by the talented Graham Averill. 


Day two we got a little turned around, wet, and close to being hypothermic. That's what put us inside this outhouse close by Mount Hood Meadows.



(Clockwise) Kirt Voreis pouring a spot of tea, shot up road signage, wet soggy trails, and the luxuries of shelter. 






Kirt Voreis on some early season trail conditions. 







Mount Hood showing off a little at the Lolo Pass hut. It really does offer an insane view of the mountain. 

Surveyors Ridge Trail close to Hood River. 


A little Bike Mag love on the Contributor page. 

1859 Magazine | Backpack Issue

1859 Magazine approached me about photographing their cover for the upcoming 2014 summer issue. 1859's concept was simple, show backpacking in one of its simplest forms from the back. The 1859 crew all converged at Lookout Mountain in the Ochocos where this was shot. Other than some tremendously low blood sugar on the models part it seemed to work out nicely. 




Here are a couple more photo options for the cover that didn't make the cut for the July | August Issue. Check out a short little video on behind the scenes on 1859's Magazines site (HERE)



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JEM Raw Organics | Studio Photography


I love food, especially good quality food with real ingredients. When JEM Raw Organics approached me for a studio shoot I gladly agreed. This shoot was a little out of the norm for me but I have photographed studio products in the past and I love it! Controlling light and the subject matter is a nice change from the unpredictable outdoor world. 

JEM's ad campaign consisted of incorporating their ingredients in the shoot. With some styling magic by Jacq Smith, she made the ingredients look awesome! Here are a handful of selects from the shoot that are currently running as print campaigns and web promotions. 



JEM Cinnamon Red Maca headshots. 





Intentional Blends - JEM Raw 




Coconut Palm Sugar - One of the few ingredients that go into JEM. 




Messy, messy goodness. 




Intentional Blends - Sprouted Almonds 




Crazy colors of the Maqui Berry. 





Raw cacao nibs. 



Valentines Day promotional space for JEM's 8oz jars. 




Macro JEM Raw spice blend.  


 Camu Camu Berry explosion. 

























Step 1 eat...


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Stand Up Paddler Magazine | FRAMES


It's nice to see this image resurface from our time up around Broken Top. Pictured here is filmmaker Eli Odegaard making his way on an iceberg while trying not to fall in the 33 degree water. We were just having fun with no exceptions when we brought the board up to this seasonal lake. It was a pain when we were hiking it up but it was all worth it when we got to this high alpine lake.

Found in the 2014 summer issue of Stand Up Paddler Magazine

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