Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Dog Days of Summer....

The dog days of summer are starting to pass, at least up here at 10,000 feet.  There's a crispness to the air today that tells me fall is near.  Get out there and enjoy well its still this nice!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Grenade Games......2007

So I found a bunch of unprocessed film that I had shot with a Holga Camera, at least thats what I assumed.  Well I was right, but what was really cool is the time capsule effect processing 3 to 4 year old film gives you.  I think I will do this again soon.  Very fun!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Breck Team Shoot

A few weeks back I shot the Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard Team for the National Ad Campaign that will be running in the Worlds finest Ski and Snowboard Magazines.  I feel very fortunate to have been hired back for the third time in a row on this project!  I would like to Thank Missy Barone and Austyn Williams from Breckenridge Ski Resort.  Britt Gale from the Vail Resorts Photo Dept.  Rex Lint from the Vail Resorts Video Dept.  Kylee Evans and Rich Rodgers from Cultivator Advertising and Design.  Our stylist Ashley Kelly, and of course all the athletes, JJ Thomas, Bobby Brown, Steve Fisher, Colby West and Duncan Adams.  Without you all this shoot wouldn't have been possible, so thank you very much!

A few behind the scenes photos.....

To see a behind the scenes video of the project, click here

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Trail 401_CB

Headed over to Crested Butte last minute to meet some friends and ride the 401 Trail today.  I have to say it was a blast and I'm really starting to get addicted to this biking thing.  I guess it only took the last 5 or 6 years of owing a bike to figure it out.  Better late than never......

Saturday, August 14, 2010

GJ Landscape

En route back to Breckenridge from Silverton there are several different routes to take, and trust me I've taken them all.  The easiest and fastest from my experience is to head north on HWY 550 and meet up with I-70 in Clifton or Grand Junction.  Worn out and tired this is the route I chose.  I've passed through here easily 1000+ times in my 18 years living in Colorado.  I've always though that this section of the Book Cliffs is really an amazing zone.  I've wanted to stop countless times but usually am on some kind of a time restraint and can't do it.  Pulling in around 6pm this day the light was looking really cool and decided I had more than enough time to stop.  So I thought I knew how to access the area I wanted to get into and shoot some photos of, but it turns out I was wrong.  Non the less, I was able to get to where you see below in the photos.  By the time I found the access to where I wanted to go the light was fading and it was time to just keep on truckin home.  Until next time, enjoy.....

Friday, August 13, 2010

Holy Sheep!

Spent one night at the ole Bonnie Belle Cabin in Silverton, Colorado and the sheep grazing that goes on every summer is in full swing.  Pretty cool to check out.  Looks more like NZ then Colorado, but that's what is great about Silverton.  Its not typical....

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Radium Hot Springs

Pashley, Zac Hale and Zach Siebert swung through town a couple weeks back to visit Woodward and I figured their Colorado Summer experience wouldn't be complete without a trip down the mighty Colorado River.  Raduim Hot Springs is a must stop on the trip.  Cliff jumping and then warming up in the hot springs afterwards is hard to beat.  Pashley snapped this shot of myself.

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