I was excited to receive a flood of emails last week from fellow creatives that had caught my work on the PDN blog. The magazine did a feature on photographers in the outdoor industry - who’s getting hired and why. I’m honored to have been noted by one of my great clients, Osprey packs.
I’ve done a lot of work for the company over the years that’s ranged from wild, backcountry adventures (including the award-winning documentary in my last post) to the urban fringe of San Francisco (as mentioned in the PDN article). It’s great to work with a client that trusts me to deliver a solid job at all elevations between 0 and 15,000’ :)
Just keeping the hustle alive I guess.
I am beyond proud to announce that our film Equal Footing has been accepted as a finalist into one of my absolute favourite film festivals, The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival! This isn’t the first laurel this film has received but it’s one that really hits home for me.
Making this film with Osprey Packs was an incredible journey that involved horse packing into Wyoming’s Wind River Range and working with, perhaps, the most incredible crew I’ve ever had the opportunity to shoot with…it also set in motion the establishment of our team’s production company which I’ll be talking more about soon.
I’m always excited to see my photography pop up in my inbox - especially when it’s coming from one of my favourite source, Outside Magazine. This was from a fun trip up into the Tahoe backcountry we took a couple years back on the ONLY day the Sierras got snow that season.
Outside Magazine Online - Does Working Out In The Cold Burn More Calories
Thanks to Tandem Stock for facilitating this sale :)