A quiet Sunday morning in Greenland.
As a kid my Grandpa played a huge role in my life. During my early years without a dad his influence & mostly his Time was critical in fostering my love for the outdoors. I vividly remember my first road trip with him starting in the Sierra
The Dolomiti landscape provides a pretty decent argument that these Italian dairy cows may be the happiest on earth.
Good things take time. Last year was a perfect example where I got to cross off one of those ‘maybe someday I’ll be able to shoot this’ scenarios. A record early season snowfall provided a short but epic window to experience
It’s pretty comical when I tell people I’m colorblind. What results is usually a game of someone pointing at things while I try to identify the color. I would deny it for years but my grade school tests would prove otherwise. It w
Sediment brushstrokes near the confluence of the Dirty Devil & Colorado River. An area often void of color variation tends to give you a different perspective from above.
Seemed like a path worth following.
Words from my good friend @kcdeane
• “Stoked to see this photo in the Powder Magazine photo annual which was taken by chris burkard. This was one of the craziest trips I've ever done, and started over a year ago as a hair braine
Over 1,000 ft deep, the Goosenecks of the San Juan River give us one of most perfect examples of a meandering river. It’s the almost mirrored perspective that really gets me. You look close and begin to see a symmetry that is hard to f
That short window when the Sun is still setting and the Moon is just rising.
A few years back I had the chance to create a project alongside one of my favorite photographer/ filmmakers @ladzinski . We spent 2 weeks surfing & climbing with an all star crew along Iceland’s east & south coast. Many of the areas w
Getting a good ‘Astro’ photograph in one single frame takes some patience & practice. It may be one of the hardest things to photograph because of the fact that it’s all happening at night. It’s typically cold, dark & so
We laid on our backs for what seemed like a long time & listened to the wind move through these arches, it sounded like a symphony just for us.
The more time I ride out here, the greater my fascination with the West grows.
I can’t seem to make resolutions last. Maybe it’s because in the past I’ve had a few too many goals. So this year my wife & I tried to keep it simple. •Keep Bees & learn a bit more about the family tradition from my dad
2017~2018 What a wild ride that was.
Beyond some of the unique assignments I got to photograph, my favorite part was being able to meet so many of you through touring my film internationally, speaking, presenting & teaching. Taking photog
I have a real soft spot for India's surf scene. I remember talking to Kishore for almost 4 years about returning to India for this wave. It always sounded a little to good to be true, as most remote waves do. He would always joke that it wo
I used to chase a lot of sunrises & sunsets, on a constant mission to photograph places in only the most colorful & vibrant light that I possibly could. At a certain point, I think it became a total crutch... I started to think that even an
It's said you will never see the same exact shape twice in a Dune field. So every picture is uniquely it's own. Every vision, just for you.