Eaglcrest 20/21 Season.

August 26, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
In the White Room. A couple of my favorite photos from this past season at Eaglecrest. One from pre-season, one from later. It started out like most seasons do, November and on a splitboard. The preseason really treated us this year. We got a few good early dumps and by the time we were up for our first tour of the season we were being pass...
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Letters to the Editors.

August 12, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Below are two letters that I've recently sent to the editors of the Anchorage Daily News, as well as the Juneau empire. As a lifelong Alaskan, I was elated to see the Forest Service announce it is finally ending old-growth, clear-cut logging in the Tongass. For far too long, we’ve taken our forests and the fish and wildlife it produces for grant...
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Sub-Aquatic Sunshine

April 05, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Is there an opposite to a death march? A parade? I struggle to reason that what I was doing could be considered a parade. Walking alone through the snow, amongst the remains of a thriving city far gone. I can almost hear the voices of the lost miners, feel their eyes watching this stranger roam through their town. Maybe a death parade? Listening...
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Snow Test

February 19, 2021  •  1 Comment
As a youth, punk skateboarder, at some point it clicked that I was not going to go pro, regardless of how bad I wanted it. I had a few sponsors over the years, but nothing really came of them. I loved the scene and wanted to stick around and be apart of it, so I got more involved in filming and editing. It was late in high school that I got my real...
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2020 Favorite Photo

January 26, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
It was a cool, crisp January evening with a soft and salty breeze coming towards the South. The ripples in the Gastineau Channel were creating a beautiful scene. The lights from Downtown and farther South provided a magnificent reflection rolling across the ruffled sea, stretching the lights like melting crayons. The only cloud, dangling above Moun...
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