New Published Work: Atlas Snowshoes

I just got the first round of tearsheets from my recent work with Atlas Snowshoes this past winter. Below is one of my favorite shots from our shoot up at Mt Baker. I love the shot, but I also love the incredibly simple layout that...

It’s Summertime… Release the Ski Movie Teasers

It might be 80 degrees here in Seattle today, but it's already starting to feel a lot like winter again. Why? Because Matchstick Productions (MSP) just released their official trailer for this Fall's movie, Attack of La Nina. I've had the privilege of working with MSP...

Location Scouting: Weather

With wrapping up my winter work from the ski, snowboard and outdoor industry, I've been spending countless hours in front of the monitor editing and retouching. Unfortunately, that doesn't make for a lot of great blog posts. However, this doesn't occupy all of our time....

New Google Image Search Options

In case you hadn't heard, Google just launched a new image searching tool. This was just brought to my attention a couple of days ago and I finally had a chance to dig into and run a few tests. In short, google users can now...

Kip Garre 1973-2011

The ski world was rocked again this past week with the tragic passing of Kip Garre and his girlfriend Allison Kreutzen. I unfortunately never got the chance to meet Allison. However, I was blessed to be able to hang out, travel and ski with Kip...

Backcountry Ski Shoot in the Cascades

A few weeks ago I went out to do a shoot with skiers Bryce Phillips in the North Cascade Backcountry. I've worked with Bryce for years and it was great getting a chance to go shooting with him again. On this occasion, we were headed...

Shooting with Nimbus Independent

Last week I was out shooting with production company Nimbus Independent at Crystal Mountain. With skiers Eric Pollard and Bryce Phillips, we spent 3 days compiling footage for their next years movie.All in all the shoot went great...

Supermoon in Seattle

With all the talk of the "Supermoon" last night, I decided I had to stay home and shoot some photos of this meteorological event. According to Accuweather blogger Mark Paquette, a supermoon is a new or full moon at 90% or more of it's perigee...