Month: September, 2010
The transition of summer’s warmth to autumn’s cold fall mornings can only mean one thing. Opening day in Colorado’s high country. Last year I had the distinct pleasure of catching opening day action. Loveland, the very first to open in North America, beat it’s neighbor over the pass Arapahoe Basin. This rowdy crew waited in the parking lot all night to successfully secure their first chair status. SKI Magazine picked up my image for a double-truck in their Fall 2010 issue. Here’s to large quantities of snow in the mountains this season.
For the last couple of years I’ve been entertaining myself while working on what I believe to be my ever evolving style. The vehicle for this has been a loose documentary based on the Colorado bicycle culture. All will eventually be represented as I envision this to last well into my career. Lately, I’ve been tied up with an achilles tendon injury so the only thing I’ve been creating is a plan. A plan to get back out there as soon as possible to continue the documentation. Through a network of classmates and social media I was extremely fortunate enough to have parts of this project published in American Photo Magazine this month. I cannot thank all of the folks involved for giving a damn about something I thought no one even cared or knew about. It’s an honor. Anyway, here are the pages from the magazine but you should go out and buy one yourself. I bought three.