Growing up my backyard view was a neighbor’s fence & telephone poles that lined a busy street. I craved open space. I wonder if seeing this view as a kid everyday makes you numb to it, or appreciate wilderness more. Deep in Reinefjord.
I would say that among my most cherished memories over the last 10 years shooting surf, has been the times where local kids have come out to watch the surfers at a remote wave. It’s happened everywhere from remote villages in the Faroe
6:50 am...One more year around the sun. Couldn’t have spent it any better then out of cell range, surrounded by some amazing friends on an isolated peak, high above the clouds. It was a windless night on Mitre Peak... you could hear th
I’ve found a shift in perspective is one of the healthiest ways to stay happy. @kcdeane gets a unique view of the Sea of Japan.
In many ways aerial photography has consumed my creative process. I can’t travel anywhere without imagining what the perspective might look like from above. I’ve shot out of just about every type of craft you can imagine but my fa
How I yearn to know all the secrets hidden among these granite walls. To see what they have seen...from Viking færings to modern ships. The settlements in Reine fjord are like a history book being opened.
Shot from a Cessna 172
Few homes remained inhabited in this small village in Greenland. Besides diminishing sea ice, It has become easier and easier for people to move to towns & cities where prepackaged food is readily available, rather than pursuing the hard wo
I feel at times, like I’m on a constant quest to share the best images of nature or athleticism I can...often in it’s perfect form. Always looking for the bigger, better, best of what the world has to offer. But the reality is tha
Never has Sand & Mountain collided in such a beautiful way.
Separated by the faint dry riverbed of Sand Creek... this is the seldom seen NW side of the Great Sand Dunes.
A kaleidoscope of color dances & reflects off the Swiss granite that lines this river. Despite the freezing temps, I felt compelled to make sure it was real & see it without goggles on.
My favorite part is the silver trail left behind by @
Flying through castles of ice & rock throughout the northern patagonia Ice field. I still feel left in awe when I’m able to work with such talented people as @renan_ozturk & @uavantage . Flying in these conditions were extremely challe
Until I traveled to Alaska, I don’t really think I ever had a full appreciation for real wildlife. The biodiversity in such a small area was incredible and every trail & road led us to a new vantage where we would take hours to just si
Love in the Valle Verzasca.
If they only knew the world that was down here.
A the low point my loaded bag & feet were almost dragging in the swollen river below. The Tyrolean traverse, a classic Patagonian commute, is one of the most memorable experiences from my trip. My smile was big as I whipped across this rive
Surfboards in a forest may be an odd sight to see, but some of the worlds best breaks are usually the most secretive. The search for waves is always a bit of an adventure, but exploring a forest illuminated by early morning light on your wa
I remember pulling over the car at a lookout & @jamesqmartin saying ... “You are really gonna love this winding road. After this though, it all turns to dirt and the real adventure begins.” He was right .. 6 hours down windy rocky
Every photographer knows that a part of you never leaves Patagonia. It’s a place that stays fixed in the front of the memory bank for years to come.
Nothing good in Patagonia is ever easy to get to and that is exactly how it should be. Our thin hiking trail cut through the trees below and led to two small boats stashed on the shore. The path to what the locals called, “the secret g