Here are a couple snaps from this year’s High Cascade Snowboard Photography Workshop’s Night Shoot. If I’ve done my math correctly, this is the 12th Annual Workshop. This program has sprouted a lot of photography talent over the years. Thank you Andy Wright, Tim Zimmerman and Chris Wellhausen for holding it down and for having me as a guest instructor/lecturer this year.
Humpy on the Hip.
Layback slash on the wallride.
View from the Palmer Glacier
Last December I shot the Winter Team Campaign on location in Summit County Colorado for mega retailer The House Boardshop. Here are a couple of the ads from the campaign and a few other shots from the shoot. Thank you Keystone Resort and Copper Mountain for your support in making this shoot go off smoothly.
Gabi Viteri Pow Slash at Copper Mountain
Kaitlin Farrington in the Copper Mountain Halfpipe
Gus Engle Apre shred
I spent this first half of this week at the 10th Annual High Cascade Snowboard Photography Workshop. I’ve had the priviledge of attending every workshop to date, in the earlier years as a helper and now as an instructor. This program, created by Trevor Graves and Nemo Design, is what initiated my photography career and prompted me to start shooting in 2003. I guess you could say that I’m growing up in this program, it’s taught me so much and I learn more every year.
I was blown away by the talented students this year. Just so many beautiful student images with superb personalities to match. The following photos are from the night shoot held at High Cascade Snowboard Camp’s private facility on Mt. Hood on August 8, 2011
Workshop Students shooting the action.
Spend some time at an old hospital in Andorra. The windows were broken out and snow had drifted in. It was great light for lifestyles and The One Life Crew had fun shredding in and around the building.
Here are two different looks at the same location in the building.
Jamie Anderson- Andorra
The story of a backcountry snowboarder
Snowmobiling with friends
Once again we are nearing the end of our snow editorial season and I’m left with so many stories untold and some photos that have yet to make it from 1’s and 0’s to ink and paper. Now that we are in the day and age of self-publishing I’ve though what better time to share the untold stories and unseen photos. While the photos are still in 1’s and 0’s status at least you’ll know what I did last Winter.
Let the storytelling begin.