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The Void Between

Portraiture is one of the most difficult types of photography for me. More difficult than shooting in the mountains, or in the back alleys of third world countries. I’ve spent a lot of time wondering why this is, and I

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Exhausted and Defeated

The steady creaking of our heavy bikes broke the early morning silence. Cruising down the hill from my house, Hayden and I made our way over to the train station, arriving about 20 minutes before departure. The silence resumed as

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Misadventure 101: A How-to Guide to Creating Adventure

Through a series of poor decisions that culminated with a ripped off oil pan in the middle of mine-filled Croatian forest at 2am, I realized at some point, I had strayed from my travel plan. To be fair, I didn’t

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The Passing of Friends

Baffin, Canada – Post-holing up The Beak was one of those memories that, in my mind, i’ve relegated to Type 2 fun.  Had I not been with an amazing crew, It most certainly would have been closer to type 3

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The Great Salmon Adventure

In 2011, Luke Nelson and Ty Draney ran over a hundred mile length of the salmon river in the remote Frank Church wilderness area. Luke, a friend from college, asked me to come shoot photos and I eagerly agreed to

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