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Swiss Alps

I got a taste of Switzerland last year, and it's been calling me back ever since... it’s just as beautiful as I remembered. Catching first light in Alpstein. And testing out the new SH/FT shoes from @columbia1938. Love how versatile they are for around town, to mountain trekking. 👟


It’s been a while since I’ve been out of my element and felt this scared. Reminds me of why I went down this path in the first place. Thanks for guiding us @michiwohlleben . Funtimes @jess.wandering 😅


Long Live Italian Summer 🏊🏻‍♀️ It’s a fun challenge to shoot popular places in a different way. I used the slow-mo feature on the new @oneplus 7 Pro, to capture the elegant detail of @still_thatgirl ‘s swan dive. Every time I watch this it makes me want to dive in right after! Reminder: we’re giving away a OnePlus 7 Pro phone along with $3000 travel credit to anywhere in the world! To enter follow @oneplus on Instagram, and follow the ‘giveaway’ link in my bio under story highlights.

Over here trying to figure out what to write in the caption line, any useful information I can pass along... It’s tough to fake inspiration, and lately, I find myself not wanting to post. Or even touch my phone for that matter. Does anyone else go thru those phases?


Been slowly making our way thru Tuscany with @acquapannausa. Love hearing the story of how they found their natural underground water source in the 1500s. And the efforts they take to protect the source, while being conscious of their environmental impact.


Finished an eventful overnighter w/ @jess.wandering thru the Beartooth wilderness. We hit 4 lakes, experienced rain, sun, and logged a total of 19 miles. Hard to beat summer in Montana. @visitmontana @matadornetwork


Made it to @visitmontana to be greeted by the fuzziest little goats. 🐐 @matadornetwork


My vision as a photographer has narrowed. It’s easy to walk up to a spot and instantly know where and how I want to shoot it. This is a good and a bad thing... because the images have increasingly got more staged, to please my ultra particular eye. Rarely am I satisfied with just capturing the moment as it happens. What I like about cliff jumping is that even tho it’s a planned shot, there’s still no faking that jump. I had to get a running start on this one to clear trees and rocks on the way down. I was nervous... can you feel it?

Seal River Heritage Lodge

Been off the grid the past week with @churchillwildsafaris and @travelmanitoba. I couldn’t get over how goofy these Polar Bears were. Moments later the guy on the left belly flopped off the rock. @matadornetwork

A common backlash I get is that I promote dangerous activities. I try to create impossible looking images. Ones that highlight the resilience of the human spirit, and show off the beauty of our planet. . . . I’ve debated posting this shot. Spent a decent amount of time bringing it to life - finding the location, and angle to make it appear like @jess.wandering is scaling a wall high above the ocean. It’s an exaggerated reality, that evokes a feeling. The more feeling I can pack into an image the more successful it is. Is it enough feeling to lead to action? Motivation to put down the phone, to get out of bed? I can only hope so. But a lot of people would argue that I’m feeding into the reckless mentality that photographers sometimes take to get the perfect shot . . . . We didn’t risk our lives for this one - there’s solid ground 4 feet below. But what happens when a feature page shares it without that disclosure? Will I inspire others to emulate the perceived dangerous behavior? Maybe. Should I let that limit my creative freedom? I go back and forth.

Lake Tahoe – Nevada State Park

Last light over Lake Tahoe - love the clash of warm to cool color. I used a 10 sec exposure, with a polarizer to get the soft water effect. 🧜🏼‍♀️: @jess.wandering

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