For a week in June, I based myself out of Boulder, Colorado, and sought out classic moderate trad climbs. I made it to Estes Park, Mt. Evans, Eldorado Canyon, Lumpy Ridge, and a few other places in just seven days, completing 33 pitches in total. Here's a brief look at a few of the climbs and areas I visited.Read More
It’s safe to say that when the ball dropped on the evening of December 31st, 2014, I had no idea that in twelve short months I would be writing a summary of my experiences from my new home base in Lexington. I’ll try to keep this as brief as possible, while exploring the notable jobs and events of the year, as well as the decisions that led my partner Jen and I to a somewhat unlikely destination.Read More
Work has started to pick up for me in the Cortez/Durango area, and just like the weather with the current changing of the season, when it rains, it pours.Read More
Things are finally starting to pick up a bit in this small town called Cortez which I call home. I've been able to join a group of climbers, and every Monday we are able to get together for some chill climbing and socializing. Much needed after a long day of blogging and editing!Read More
A subject I know all too well: Relocating. When it comes to building a video production and photography business, it can take years to cultivate good clients, get high paying and interesting projects, and form relationships with reliable help. If you move, losing that local network can take a huge toll on your business.
Read the full article on Fstoppers.com.Read More
I'm still swimming in boxes, but the move is complete and the U-Haul truck has been returned. I'll be based out of Cortez, Colorado, for at least the next few years. Never heard of Cortez? Well, it's in the very Southwest corner of Colorado.Read More
I just quit my full time job of six years as a video producer at a local
college. A decent salary, good benefits, and the security that came
with it… all gone. I’m now focusing on my dream project called Ascending India and I might go broke trying to
make it. In this article I wrote for Fstoppers, I discuss why I made this decision, and how others can make it happen too.