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Latest Work: The Dawn Wall film

One of the best parts of being an adventure photographer/filmmaker is you get a front-row seat to some of the most inspiring moments in our sport. For me, being up on El Capitan and document ing some of this generation’s best climbers, that front-row … [Read more]

News: “Can South Lake Tahoe Become Outdoor Capital of the World?”

Over the past few years, my friend Chris McNamara and I—as well as many others who share our passion—recognized a sleepy street in South Lake Tahoe that had a lot of potential to become one of the most unique bits of roadway in the world. Ski Run … [Read more]

News: Introducing New Staff!

Two incredible people joined the Novus family this summer, and I couldn’t be prouder and more honored to introduce them and welcome them to our team. Welcome, Thea Hardy! Thea Hardy is our new associate producer. She’s coming to us from the ski … [Read more]

RIP Tom Frost, The Best Adventure Photographer I’ve Ever Met

Descriptions like pioneer, legend, hero, giant, and polymath are pretty bold descriptions that often get tossed around. Tom Frost truly lived up to each of those descriptions. On August 24, Tom lost his battle with cancer at a hospice near his … [Read more]

Latest Work: “Morning”—Shot on the Nikon Z7 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera with S Lenses

It’s a new century for Nikon imaging, and I’m super honored to be a part of it. The 101-year-old company has announced what I consider to be one of the most remarkable imaging devices on the planet, the Nikon Z7. Along with its companion, the Nikon … [Read more]

Ask Corey: LEDs vs Hot Lights

Hey Corey, I’m a longtime filmmaker accustomed to using HMI fresnels on productions. As you probably know, there are some downsides to working with hot lights, and I’m wondering if you have any experience with LED fresnels? How do LEDs compare and … [Read more]