drone snowboard photo

ABSTRACT Finalist

Always nice to see a new shot in print as that hasn’t been my focus for a while and this one was in the SNOWBOARD magazine exposure competition, it was a finalist for the abstract section and just one of those shots that turned out. This was a plan B after hiking up Squaw in the late summer, I had to get my twelve calendar months and Garrett Cygan is just always keen to ride. We we’re making a short video for Snowledge when I figured this would like better as a still and well I’m really happy that it did and really happy with how well the DJI Mavic Pro turns out in print.

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keep squaw true clothing

Keep Squaw True

Working with the local non-profit to showcase their fight to keep the development of my local community to a sustainable level I have been working on video and photography projects to showcase the movement that Sierra Watch has been fighting for.

As above I have worked on event videos with the local community.

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For The

My shots have just been used on a new post on For The Ride Motorcycle magazine in the For The Friendships section about the Quake City Rumblers, check the article Here and have a read of all that Gal has to say.for the ride moped shot

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Early Morning Back Country Hike

Splitboard Access

Alpine starts is a euphemism of waking up way too early so that you can get up a mountain at the time you need to, this is generally well before day break but it can make for some amazing images with the soft morning light.

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Ben Comber Miller flip

Ben Comber, Miller Flip

The season had only just finished and there was plenty of snow still in the mountains giving us the chance to use the ski field in a way that we normally would just cruise on by and some of the best images are really just under your nose the whole time. This image was published in Manual Magazine.

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lifestyle fashion photography

Pinky Pineapple

I’ve always thought fashion is the best use of a camera, thankfully I get the chance to work on a few projects here and there when I’m out of the mountains.

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