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!
47 likes / 4 comments / 2 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
40 likes / 2 comments / 2 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!
33 likes / 3 comments / 3 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
#fbf to one week ago today. This one was taken on Guanella Pass en route to Twin Lakes. It’s funny how fall really only seems to last a couple weeks in Colorado. It’s such a rejuvenating and humbling time of year for me and I’m grateful I got to spend five days documenting these beautiful trees.