RED Has Landed!

I’m excited to announce the addition of a powerful new tool to my lineup–the RED Scarlet Digital Cinema Camera. The Scarlet is a serious piece of hardware, capable of capturing a 4k image (4096×2160) at 24 or 30 RAW frames per second. That’s four times the resolution of HD with the extra editing advantages of...

Condit Dam Removal

On Wednesday October 26th, 2011, Condit Dam on the White Salmon River was dramatically breached with explosives.  This was the first step in a year-long project to remove the 100 year-old dam and restore spawning habitat for threatened salmon, and was definitely the most dramatic shoot I’ve ever done. My first edit of the video...

Condit Dam Removal Timelapse Project

2011 is set to be a huge year for river restoration.  The largest dam removal ever recently kicked off on the Elwha River in Washington’s Olympic National Park, and the removal of 125 foot tall Condit Dam on the White Salmon River in southern Washington is underway.  In July, I partnered with White Salmon local...

Production of Wild Love is Underway!

This year, Emily Nuchols, Jenny Nichols and I launched a film project called Wild Love–a behind the scenes look into the real lives of some of the great adventurers of our time. From the Wild Love website: “In a community that is renowned for pushing the limits, many times it’s a climbing partner, a lover...

Behind the Scenes: Filming on the Elwha River

In late August, I headed to the Elwha River in Washington’s Olympic National Park to film the first episode of Year of the River for American Rivers and American Whitewater.  Check out this collection of behind the scenes photos and stay tuned as episodes are released throughout the fall!