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Damn The Overspray

In my previous post, The Print Ark, I detailed a workflow to produce master prints using the Epson SureColor P900 printer and Epson papers, for creating a lasting physical archive of my best photographic work that could act as a backup against ...

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100 Megapixel IKEA Film Scanner

In late 2020 with a little more time on my hands as the reality of Pandemic shutdown settled in, I embarked on a few projects I'd been putting off for too long: baking bread and scanning film. The bread was easy (Daisy the sourdough starter is still going ...

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The Mapmaker

"You can't take a photo of every boulder in Linville Gorge - but you can draw it." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AREdz9F165s A short film I directed with Carlo Nasisse about ...

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Deep Creek

The first film I ever worked on was Heart of Stone, a story about rock climbers in the Southern US getting together to open new climbing areas by simply buying land and sharing it with the public, through a nonprofit organization called ...

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Parade of Fools

In 2013 I wrote and photographed a story about Alabama's Little River Canyon for Climbing Magazine, "The Evolution of Canyon Man." ...

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Dry Season

It was while living in Tucson, AZ in the late 90s/early 2000s that I started trying to wriggle out of my computer programming job and make a go at photography. I was shooting film then, mostly 35mm and some medium format and I ...

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Greetings from the Southeast : A Video Postcard

Client: Chaco & Osprey and Southeastern retailers in collaboration with RootsRated Second DP : Carlo Nasisse

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A FINE LINE: What Now?

New excerpt from our climbing film A Fine Line. When you've done most of the hard lines in your area, what now? Brian Voges breaks it down.

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Climber Portrait Series in Rock & Ice Magazine

Rock & Ice Magazine is featuring a selection of thclimber portraits I shot over three months this fall/winter in the Southeast US, during the Triple Crown Bouldering Series.    

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Five things I’m digging lately

On my 40th birthday, My friend Rob Turan asked me, "With all the incredible media stuff you have shown us. I have wondered what are your personal top five favorites?" Hard to pick 5 favorites but here are five things I've seen lately from friends and strangers that stick out. 1. ...

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