Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

The past few months I have been posting gear reviews and snippets of stories about a rather epic road trip with my good friend Stuart Peck over the summer. Now I can share the whole story! We pitched a story idea to a great regional magazine about the most dangerous hikes in the lower Appalachians and […]


My good friend Stuart and I embarked on a quest to search out and explore some of the most dangerous hikes and trails in the Blue Ridge Mountain area of the Appalachians last week for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. We traveled to Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia & Kentucky and found a couple of the toughest […]


I had the opportunity to spend the afternoon in rural Kentucky this summer documenting the art of gunsmithing. The world-famous House brothers and WKU host an annual workshop where participants spend a week honing their craft over forges, wood shavings and local watermelon. The level of detail and artistry is amazing! It was also a […]


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 […]


Peru 2013

15Jul13

I just returned from my second summer with the American Alpine Club’s science research program in Peru, and I have finally edited a few photos! This year’s American Climber Science Program trip was fantastic. Everything went extremely well. I nabbed four summits over 5400m in four weeks and made some of my best pictures to […]


In September I had the honor of documenting Alice & Matthew Byrne’s wedding here in Bowling Green. It was extraordinary! The weather was perfect, Alice had everything planned perfectly and the whole feel of the wedding was very natural and fun. I had a blast! Congrats!