1. Going with the flow in France

    22 May 2019
    Last spring was the first time in 15 season’s I hadn’t been up to Alaska for some form of work, guiding or assignments. Turned out spring is really neat too. So I skipped AK again this season. And planned a trip to Europe with my wife. Our drive for the…

  2. Skiing California’s high peaks of the Eastern Sierras with Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots

    01 Apr 2019
    Road tripping down the backbone of California for a week of climbing and skiing in the Range of Light, the High Sierras. A place where the Sagebrush gives way to the 14,000ft Sierra Crest.  p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px ‘Helvetica Neue’; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning:…

  3. Pomme D’Or and Quebec Ice Climbing

    10 Mar 2019
    Anne Gilbert Chase and Majka Burhardt descending Pomme D’Or in windy and white out conditions. The previous day we had climbed up La Voutre and familiarized ourselves with the descent knowing it could be a classic NE storm. From the top of Pomme D’Or we could hear the wind like…

  4. Why knowing your CODB helps you figure out how much to charge.

    11 May 2018
    I remember securing what I would call my first “real” gig as a photographer almost 15 years ago. It was an assignment with a major brand in the outdoor industry. I was really excited. As the negotiations proceeded and we worked to figure out the deliverables that were expected and…

  5. Working In Extremes and The Tech That Enables It

    20 Apr 2018
    Public speaking doesn’t come easily to me. I feel much more comfortable behind the lens. Fortunately, Seagate and Lacie invited me to speak at this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas as part of their Speaker Series. Many talented creatives presented their knowledge and know how during the series. In…

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