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John Blaustein: Renowned Grand Canyon Photographer

The modern history of the Grand Canyon is perhaps best embodied through the life’s work of professional photographer John Blaustein. Since his first trip down the Colorado River aboard a decked-over dory in 1970, this anthropology major from UC Berkeley has built his career taking pictures while indulging a personal passion for whitewater adventure. First […]

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Midwest SUP Festival 2013

It was one of those glorious days in Madison. At the Bishops Bay Country Club on Lake Mendota stand up paddling fans for across the country gathered to celebrate the 3rd annual Midwest SUP Festival. Part of the SUP America Tour and sponsored by local retailer Paddleboard Specialists the event drew a capacity crowd of […]

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Jimmy Chin: Beyond the Shark’s Fin

  Photographer and filmmaker Jimmy Chin is every bit as much an artist as he is an adventurer. Combining his passions for taking pictures with scaling high mountains in remote locations around the world, he has created a unique form of storytelling in which he and his climbing partners are cast as characters who record […]

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Expedition Denali: Mission Brief

It’s a beautiful day in Alaska. A light breeze beneath a clear blue ski make for exquisite spring weather in the days leading up to Expedition Denali. At the branch office of the National Outdoor Leader School in Palmer the primary instructors and the media team gathered for the first of several mission briefs. The […]

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5Point Film Festival Photos Day 3

The 5Point Film Festival featured a full day of programs on Saturday with a special block of films for children including a puppet show. Day 3 festivities lasted well into the evening with a dance party hosted by local filmmaker Anson Fogel at the Carbondale offices of Camp 4 Collective and Forge Motion Pictures The […]

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5Point Film Festival Photos Day 2

The second day of the 5Point Film Festival was highlighted with a breakfast discussion on the future of adventure filmmaking, a panel discussion on the role of social media in the creation and distribution of new projects, a dinner reception for the filmmakers and special guests and an amazing jam session at Steve’s Guitars in […]

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5Point Film Festival Photos Day 1

After a crazy good time in Carbondale at the 5Point Film Festival over the weekend I’m taking the slow way home. I’m putting in some time to summarize this wonderful experience in few upcoming posts. But in the meantime I hope you’ll enjoy browsing through a few photographs shot as the event unfolded. ~JEM The […]

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National Park Saving Snapshots

The National Park Conservation Association wants to impress upon members of Congress the enduring value of America’s federally preserved wild and scenic places. As part of a board campaign to end cuts in government spending meant to protect and maintain our national parks the NPCA wants ordinary citizens across the country to share their favorite […]

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Sender Films Profiled on CBS Morning News

Whenever you deal with something everyday you’re bound to lose perspective. And chances are you’ll forget that not everyone is so intimately familiar with the subject matter that occupies much of your professional life. That’s why I’m always pleased to see major news organizations devote a few minutes of airtime to the relatively obscure topic […]

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Streets of Afghanistan, an interview with Shannon Galpin

Shannon Galpin is one of ten 2013 Adventurers of the Year. Vote every day for the People’s Choice! On her most recent trip to Afghanistan in late October, human rights advocate Shannon Galpin returned a bit of the nation’s own culture. In a series of life-size photographs, the Colorado resident delivered artistic expressions of the Afghan […]

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