After doing the same 1000ft vert hike up a buttress everyday for a week to help establish some new climbing routes, the paramotors decided they’d take 12 seconds out of their day to see what we’d been working on. You could say I’m jealous of this “extreme” sport.
I’ve taken a much-needed step back from social media lately while visiting family and getting outside on rock and snow. Here’s a few #timelapses of some of many sends in The Red a couple weeks ago. Route details in the comments. Happy Tuesday!
51 likes / 4 comments / 5 months ago
I had the pleasure of jugging a couple hundred feet up a rope last weekend to film my friend @schmidtrobbie put up the first clean ascent of a route he established at Lover’s Leap (Lovegun, 5.10+). DM me for the full length video! Music: Love Gun by Kiss
41 likes / 2 comments / 5 months ago
There’s some photos that stick with me more than others simply based on how present I am when I press the shutter. Ive found that being immersed and present in a moment is often triggered by suspense, fear, awe, love, or joy. I remember so vividly seeing this moon pop over the crest of the mountains while driving, whipping my car off the side of the road, getting a shot I was content with (wish I had gotten the shot 5 minutes sooner), putting my camera down, and just feeling content, humbled, and truly happy. I find it important to ...
This week’s #timelapsetuesday comes from the Shelf Rd Craggin Classic featuring a redpoint and an on-sight by @schmidtrobbie. Illegal Smile (11b/c) and Edge of Fright (10b/c). Epic weekend of sending and whipping!
One last autumn shot for #timelapsetuesday because these mountaintops are going to have snow on them for the next 8 months!
35 likes / 3 comments / 6 months ago
As a drone pilot, it’s easy to let an overcast sky prevent you from flying. Discouraged after driving for three hours, I decided to put the bird in the sky anyway. I ended up liking this shot more than the bluebird sky shots I captured here the next morning. “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” -Wayne Gretzky