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Jackson Goldstone, 7 years old !

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January 13th, 2015 at 11:29 am

The season TV included as top pick podcast on Itunes, Steve Rogers Photo used as the banner.

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Video shoot for Patagonia with Reel Water Productions – Krissy Moehl

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I recently worked with Bryan Smith of Reel Water Productions to shoot a trail running video showcasing Patagonia’s new 2012 running collection. We had the pleasure of shooting with Krissy Moehl, Patagonia Ambassador and Ultra runner extraordinaire. Read more about Krissy

Kayak Session Magazine 36 – Gallery image

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Exposure – Outside Magazine

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Opening Day Whistler Blackcomb 19th November 2010

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Gallery Showing – Zephyr Cafe Squamish

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I finally got around to doing a small gallery display which can be  viewed at the Zephyr Cafe in Downtown Squamish and be around for the Month of September.

Bella Coola

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Mid summer I headed up to Bella Coola in BC’s central coast range to explore the possibilities for ocean and river kayaking trips. Bella Coola is famed from many ski movies for it’s epic terrain and many big mountain lines. I had heard little talk of the area in regards to kayaking and after a spring descent of the Homathko River felt inspired to return to spend more time in the area.

Spring Kayaking

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Couple of snaps from the start of this years kayak season. So far the season has been pretty full with an early start due to a knee injury skiing. This spring has seen my first experiments with using SRT rope techniques to access difficult canyons for images. It is quite a scary moment when you have to sit back and trust your less than solid ropework skills for the first time, it all seemed pretty simple whilst I was learning the theory on the tinterweb and practicing my rigging suspended 2 ft from the floor in the garage :-) What could possibly go wrong??