In Front Of The Lens: As an athlete and ski guide, I have had the great fortune of working with many highly talented photographers over the years. These are a few of my favorites. Each name is linked so you can check out more work from each artist.
Behind The Lens: I love shooting photos, but the reason I’m a sometimes photographer is this craft has always been a byproduct of finding myself in unique places that are often hard to access. In that spirit, I can line up a special angle, moment, or frame that otherwise wouldn’t be captured. More often than not, my photographs support editorial work as well. I have a deep respect for the passion and work of those who wear the photographer hat first and foremost, so in that light, and with the multiple professional hats I often wear, I’ll always be a sometimes photographer. But thanks to what I’ve learned from working with so many outstanding photographers, I do end up getting a few great shots here and there (wink).
In Front of the Lens
On assignment guiding for Ice Axe Expeditions in Antarctica
Rock Climbing with Dave N. Campbell in Yosemite
Ski Touring, Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Behinds the Lens
Tahoe Quarterly, Ski and Ride 2015; Greenland
Frequency: The Snowboarder’s Journal, 11.3; Alaska
Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine, Summer/Fall 2015; Full Spread of the Holy Cross Couloir, CO
Contributing Photographer, Ascent Backcountry Snow Journal, 2016-present