Must be spring in Colorado. I’m grateful for the water. Not so much for the lost opportunity to wear Chacos.
For the fourth season now I’ve had the distinct pleasure and opportunity to document the Winter X Games for the fine folks over at ESPN.com/action. It’s here where I discover, explore and push my visual style to the edge. The crew. I cannot say enough about the group of talented and passionate folks we encounter along the way. Thank you. Thank you all for letting this happen each and every year. Twice a year in fact. More specifically I have the opportunity to work closely with good friends such as Trevor Brown Jr., Mark Kohlman and Brett Wilhelm.
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.
A big thanks to the crew at http://www.espn.com/action for another amazing Winter X Games at Buttermilk Mountain. After a long and eventful week of activity it’s nice to decompress a little and soak up all the fantastic images that were made by friends and fellow photographers Mark Kohlman and Dave Lehl. Here’s part one of several updates I plan on making from my take at the annual games. Enjoy.
The ski season is finally here and I’ve been meaning to throw up an image from Arapahoe Basin’s terrain park I made a couple of weeks ago. Here’s to a great start to another exciting season. Cheers.