I've been an outdoors type of person for as long as I can remember. My family used to take our annual vacations somewhere with a mountain vibe. I think my folks had me camping as early as 3 years old and I've been hooked ever since. When it came time to go to college, I made my choice based upon what college was closest to the mountain with the highest annual snow fall... that was Western Washington University and it's proximity to Mt Baker. That choice set my education and career path on a very outdoor oriented course. Upon graduating, I picked up a camera as a way to justify my time outside and that eventually led me to my career as an outdoor sports photographer.
Being able to make a career out of being outside is probably one of my biggest accomplishments. I've won a handful of awards for my work and I've had the amazing opportunity to work some amazing clients and athletes. And it was because of my work that I had the chance to meet my wife and I feel eternally lucky for that.
To get outside as much as possible and to explore some new areas. I'd really like to do some more overnight trips into the backcountry as I've been loving shooting photos at night recently.
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