The newest edition of Mountain Life just hit the stands, and as always the team did a bang up job on it. A couple tear sheets from the newest issue, I didn’t shoot them all but stoked to share pages with some talented people, thanks for the support guys!
One of the things I like about working with the crew at Snowboard Canada is they are always up to let you try something different. So when I approached them about trying to snowmobile across the border between Canada and the USA they jumped at the idea. Almost everyone else I talked to about it thought it was a bad idea, but you know what they say bad ideas make for great stories. Unfortunately we did not accomplish our mission, but we did explore some new terrain,had some laughs and saw some creepy stuff along a small stretch of the worlds longest undefended border. Grab a copy at your local shop and thanks for coming along guys.
A while back I went on one of those bucket list trips/assignments that every time I think about I still get a little giddy. Some of the imagery is starting to pop up in tourism advertisements for the region. If you are still undecided on where you want to take your vacation this year, don’t hesitate to check out the Bella Coola area no matter what the season is they have something amazing to offer.
Well now that the holiday’s are over and I have come out of my Turkey/Crown Royal stuppor you will start to see a little more action around the blog. The newest Snowboard Canada just dropped with a feature I put together last spring. We spent a couple nights camping up on the Pemberton Ice Cap with a great crew consisting of Shin Campos, Martin Gallant, Joel Loverin, Tyler Chorlton and Kareem El Rafie.The snow conditions were less then ideal but we managed to put together a couple shots for the story. I think everyone had to buy new skis after this trip as we hit a few km’s of dirt on the access road but it was all worth it in the end. So if you haven’t picked up a copy yet make sure you do but for now you can check out the recent tear sheets from Mark Gribbon Photography below.
The latest Mountain Life just dropped, and as always the crew put out a great mag. I am always interested to see what other people are up to in our backyard and Jim Martinello didn’t disappoint this issue with a great little article on his trip with Dean Potter working on a show for The National Geographic Channel about the man who can fly. Those guys are next level and really that’s all there is to say about that, if you haven’t seen anything they have been up to make sure you click through and check it out.
I worked on an assignment for Mountain Life about Good Time Farming, a family run operation that is rocking the boat when it comes to farming. Basically they take over your backyard or any other space you are willing to give up and produce some great produce.Below are a couple pics that never made it in to the story as well as an old Instagram of what one of the boxes yield during the summer. Their stuff is delicious.