📷: @trent_mitchell_ // I started my career as a sports photographer running the sidelines at the big events but it wasn’t before too long that I grew tired of the immediacy since that often forced me to sacrifice creativity. Pursuing the adventure photography full time instead allowed the chance to create space and move at a slower pace. Although thanks to social media, the urgency of immediacy did find its way to slowly creep back in and with it came this feeling of pressure to succeed on every project. Reality for me is that it doesn’t always work out. There are continual setbacks particularly when I work in an arena where so many things are naturally out of my control. The image I dream of to capture in Norway with @kimi_swimmy still lingers in the mind, but I can tell you with sincerity that this trip we took to Norway is one of the best experiences I’ve had. ✨Link in Bio ✨ @whalesunderwater@darrenjew@pxlexplorer@garminoutdoor#descentmk1@aquatech_imagingsolutions
@acroracio flying amongst the Karakoram Range in northern Pakistan. This was one of the flew flights we could achieve when we returned in 2016 with @tomdedorlodot@hpitocco as the weather became more turbulent than usual in the summer months. It’s still one of the most incredible sights I’ve witnessed to be flying amongst one of the most dramatic mountain ranges in the world. #karakoram#pakistan#paragliding
Photo by: @forrestshearer // Recent shenanigans in Nevada ⏩Going to kick things up a notch for the next 6 weeks road tripping through the UK, Sweden, USA and Canada with hopes of wrapping up this wonderful wild project with @aidanhaley for @outdoorresearch 🤘🏼🔚 and then take a break.