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Latest Work

Latest Work: Siberia’s Granite Cities

In 2018, I joined a climbing and exploration expedition sponsored by Red Bull to explore the Sundrun Pillars, aka the “Granite Cities,” of Ulakhan-Sis, Siberia. I won’t be revealing too much about this expedition now as there will be more content and … [Read more]

Latest Work: Nikon D6 Launch

Eight years ago this month, Nikon launched the D4, their flagship camera at the time, using a film I created called “WHY,” which probed three of the best outdoor athletes to share their reasons for why they do what they do. Nikon D6 I’ve … [Read more]

How We Shot It: Dane Jackson’s 134-Foot Waterfall Drop

On February 5, my friend Dane Jackson, who I have known since he was a kid and who I have watched grow into one of the greatest kayakers of all time, lived his dream. He dropped Salto del Maule, a 134-foot waterfall in central Chile that he had been … [Read more]

Latest Work: Nikon Z 6 Introduces ProRes Raw Video

For us filmmakers and directors, the defining story of our time is that we are seeing companies come up with new and better ways to give us professional, cinematic tools that were formerly reserved for the most expensive, high-end cameras. In other … [Read more]

Latest Work: Rebecca Rusch in Arkansas

Recently Bligh Gillies and I spent just over a week in Arkansas documenting Rebecca Rusch’s effort to complete a Fastest Known Time (FKT) on the newly minted Arkansas High Country Route. This tour of Arkansas follows both paved and dirt roads for … [Read more]

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]