• 6 Tips for Boosting your Instagram Game If you’re like me, you probably started your Instagram account by posting random photos from your phone’s camera as you went about your life. Really, that’s what it was invented for. But times have changed and the bar has been raised. Instagram has become one of the most important platforms on the planet for sharing […]
  • Freshies – Columbia Peak SW Face There is an aerial photographer in Washington who has become perhaps the single biggest source of visual inspiration for climbers and skier operating in the Cascade range. His name is John Scurlock, and his work is breathtaking. For years, a single shot of his has haunted me. At first I asked myself if it was possible […]
  • REI Social Media Partnership – A Big Win/Win Remember when I quit my job a while back? I do. I was nervous that I was starting from scratch. That all of my experience in commercial advertising photo and video would be wiped from the record as I started over with a different vision and a different subject matter. The vision?  A brand built […]
  • Doing it Right – Salomon Freeski TV Well, it’s the middle of August, the hottest part of the summertime in Seattle, and like clockworks, I’m thinking about ski season. Happens every year. And it’s not just me. The whole skiing world comes out of hibernation right about now, it’s part of the natural cycle. The bad news is that the first storms […]
  • In the bush with: the Olympus OM-D E-M5 The greatest camera in the world? Quite possibly (for me, anyhow). When the Olympus OM-D E-M5 was announced, I instantly decided to buy one. That was many impatient months ago. Well, my camera has arrived, and I’ve put it through the paces the only way I know how; by packing up my biking, skiing and […]
  • Don’t Fear the Crash Go ahead, crash. Not your car, maybe not even your motorcycle, but crash something. Make a phone call you’re afraid to make, set up a shoot you’re uncomfortable doing, go too damn fast on your bike, whatever. Odds are, if you’re working at the edge of your comfort zone or beyond, you’ll blow it. Good. […]