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You are purchasing an open edition fine art print. Printed on Breathing Color Vibrance Metallic Photo paper (255GSM), using pigment inks. This unique and exceptional photo paper is the only metallic paper on the market today that can be compared to the Kodak® metallic process. And, you’ll know it’s a true metallic the second you see it. Each print is personally overseen by Asymbol Gallery and sent to you directly from them.  A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title and photographer’s signature.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO:This photo was taken on the second trip during the making of the “Art of FLIGHT” snowboarding film. We had been in Alaska for a month and I knew the trip was ending very soon. I really wanted to shoot a photo from the helicopter, right above Travis Rice as he was riding a line, but it was very difficult to coordinate because there was another heli in the air shooting with a Cineflex camera.

We worked out that if our helicopter hovered above the line Travis was going to ride, then the other Cineflex heli could maneuver around us without a collision.

So as Travis mentally prepared himself to ride the line, I rose up about 30 meters above him and waited. The other helicopter practiced their move around us, making sure they could still get the shot they needed. The sun was setting fast so the director Curt Morgan called for Travis to drop into the line and as he made his second turn down the mountain I snapped this shot.

This turned out to be the last photo I took during what was the best snowboarding trip of my life and has won best photo in the Illumination category from the prestigious Red Bull Illume Contest!

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You are purchasing a limited edition fine art print, numbered and signed by me. Limited to 30 prints, in one of 3 sizes. Printed on archival Lasal photo matte, brilliant white paper using pigment inks. Each print is personally overseen by me and sent to you directly from my studio. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title, paper type, print date, edition size and number.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO: Only a few times a year does a south swell large enough roll through and ignite this outer reef in Nicaragua. I was lucky enough to catch one of these swells in 2010, just one day before my plane was scheduled to leave. Our group consisting of 3 professional surfers, a cinema photographer and myself set out on an old fishing boat from a little town an hour away from the wave. We left in the dark so that we would arrive at first light. At first the wave didn’t look too big, but that was only because there was no object of reference to judge it from. This barreling wave is actually a solid 15 feet.

Please contact me for any other questions and/or concerns.

Choose your Print

You are purchasing a limited edition fine art print, numbered and signed by me. Limited to 30 prints, in one of 3 sizes. Printed on archival Lasal photo matte, brilliant white paper using pigment inks. Each print is personally overseen by me and sent to you directly from my studio. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title, paper type, print date, edition size and number.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO: The Tordrillo Mountains are a small mountain range in the south central region of Alaska. They lie approximately 120 km northwest of Anchorage. The Tordrillos are primarily a volcanic range, which may be what makes them so great for snowboarding.

On a recent trip there, I was able to photograph the best, most progressive backcountry snowboarding to date. Accompanied by 2 of the best riders in the world, John Jackson blew my mind with his ability to ride such large descents and land obnoxious oversized airs.

This photo was taken on a large face known as Avocado. Half of it gets morning light while the other half gets evening light. It was late in the day when John spotted a line just coming into the light. The helicopter set me down on an adjacent peak and then dropped him on top of his line. With only seeing the line from the air for a few seconds John dropped in and made a few turns before heading right to this cruise ship sized pillow. I remember thinking to myself, “oh god, does he know what he is heading for”? It’s very easy to loose track of where you are in such big mountains, and one wrong turn can be deadly. Turns out he knew exactly what he was doing and where he was going.

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You are purchasing a limited edition fine art print, numbered and signed by me. Limited to 30 prints, in one of 3 sizes. Printed on archival EPSON Premium Semigloss Photo Paper (170), using pigment inks. Each print is personally overseen by me and sent to you directly from my studio. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title, paper type, print date, edition size and number.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO: In 2009, with the help of Red Bull, a North Vancouver barge was loaded with 3 containers. Two were stacked on top of each other and then set back a bit from the other. A tug boat showed up, hitched on and dragged the barge out to English Bay. Ryan Decenzo and friends showed up on a speed boat, (pictured here in the foreground) climbed aboard and skated them. Just before the Vancouver sun set I was able to capture Ryan nollie heelflipping over the sun.

Shooting this photo was not an easy task. The ebbing tide caused the barge to drift out to sea and to the right. I worked with the tug boat captain over radios to keep the barge in place, framing the sun in the middle of the gap. Plus a little side stepping up and down the beach didn’t hurt either.

Please contact me for any other questions and/or concerns.

Choose your Print

You are purchasing a limited edition fine art print, numbered and signed by me. Limited to 30 prints, in one of 3 sizes. Printed on archival Lasal photo matte, brilliant white paper using pigment inks. Each print is personally overseen by me and sent to you directly from my studio. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title, paper type, print date, edition size and number.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO: I was shooting a clothing catalogue and we needed to have surf action photos to fill some of the pages. Our destination for the trip was Nicaragua, known for great waves, good weather and friendly locals. The surfers I was to shoot paddled out at the north end of the beach around sunrise. The whole time they were out surfing I noticed this perfect left hitting a sand bar down on the south end of the beach. I wish I could have yelled to them to paddle down to it. For over 2 hours this wave went unridden as I turned and snapped photos of it with my 600mm lens. This is my favourite frame from the session. There is not one drop of water out of place. True Central American perfection.

Please contact me for any other questions and/or concerns.

Choose your Print

You are purchasing a limited edition fine art print, numbered and signed by me. Limited to 30 prints, in one of 3 sizes. Printed on archival Lasal photo matte, brilliant white paper using pigment inks. Each print is personally overseen by me and sent to you directly from my studio. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print and includes the print’s title, paper type, print date, edition size and number.

Print sizes are in inches and come with a one inch border for further mounting and framing options.

ABOUT THE PHOTO: I got a phone call from Travis Robb of Standard Films in the morning one day. He told me of the high profile crew that he had up in Terrace, BC and that they didn’t have a photographer. It was expected to be sunny for the next 3 days and the snow was, in his words “all time”. I thought about the invitation for about 5 minutes before booking the next flight there. That night I arrived in Terrance to find Mads Jonsson and Mark Landvik foaming at the mouth trying to explain to me how good the terrain was they found.

The 3 days of high pressure turned in to 4, and then 5, and then… well you get the point. I shot this photo on my last day in Terrace, 11 days from the day I arrived. When the snow is deep and the stability is high you just cannot leave early. Well at least not until your broke. This turned out to be one of my best heli-boarding trips ever and I ended up spending my entire seasons budget that trip. It was worth every penny!

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