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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 featured 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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The Jackal

Filmed this short piece for The Action Fund, a Southern-based nonprofit with the goal of re-equipping old climbing lines throughout the South and the US. Filmed on the Sony FS700, slog2, with Sony Zeiss zooms. Check it out: The Jackal from Andrew Kornylak on ...

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A FINE LINE – Now available on Vimeo

We've just released our bouldering film A FINE LINE on Vimeo ON DEMAND! You can rent or own the film here:    

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Socks on their hands, no belt, roller skates.

 A Few Portraits from The Stone Fort, Tennessee. October 12 2012:

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On the Warpath

This article I wrote about our time in Idaho while shooting A Fine Line originally appeared in the June/August 2011 issue of Deadpoint Magazine. I'm reprinting a re-mastered version here for your enjoyment, along with some photos from our trip ...

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The Tribe

My latest work for the Triple Crown Bouldering Series and prAna. A Short film called The Tribe, that traces the Crown back to its roots in the tight-knit climbing community of Boone, North Carolina. Shot on the Sony F3 with Nikon lenses. Lots of handheld work here. Plus some GoPro footage....

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Lisa Rands bouldering in Alabama

Yes, I am still here. Put together some short clips here from a day at Little River Canyon a couple months ago. Gorgeous day, beautiful spot down by the water. There seems to be little consensus on names or grades here but the overhanging face goes at V7 or something ...

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