Posts Tagged ‘climbing’

Seeing the photos of the American Climber Science Program’s expedition this summer has really bummed me out. Reasons? 1. I’m not there. 2. The glaciers are gone. Not just a little bit, but completely and drastically different. So I grabbed pics from this year’s crew and compared them to my last trip in 2013. Let’s […]


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03Oct14

  Relationships are at the core of just about everything on earth, from your neighbors to who you tie-in with on the sharp end of a climb. And these relationships are invaluable… and the effort it takes to build these relationships is often a mammoth undertaking, which makes the end result even more special. I […]


2013 Peru video

28Feb14

Here is a quick highlight reel of my June expedition to Peru! I learned a ton and set many goals during my trip in 2011 and they all paid off to make 2013 very successful! Now I can’t wait to go back! Huge thanks to Ryan & Scott Vennell for sorting through hours of footage […]


  Your hardshell jacket is one of the most important layers when you head to the mountains. It is your security blanket when things get nasty. It is your protection from the elements. To this end, the Maximus Jacket from Outdoor Research does not disappoint… at all. This was the one piece I hoped I […]


In many ways, 2013 has been one of my best years ever. I am thankful to have a job that allows me the freedom to pursue my vision and make fun, engaging images. My trip to Peru was the most successful yet: 4 summits and no misery. My family is growing up and we are […]


As part of the Outdoor Research ORInsightLab group of citizen testers, I am fortunate to try out new gear as it is rolled out this year. First up is the Floodlight Jacket. This is the perfect combination of insulating and shell layers! On the puffy side, it’s a super warm 800-fill jacket that will keep […]


I have been part of a great creative team working on a documentary with the Friends of Muir Valley (FOMV) this fall at Muir Valley, in the Red River Gorge in Kentucky. The heart of the video is conservation and responsibility to the climbing areas we love and visit often. This isn’t a typical climbing […]