The first chapter in our family adventure south. This vignette shows our first month on the road exploring the beautiful peninsula of Baja, Mexico. From crossing the border to getting on a cargo ship to mainland Mexico. Thank you to the land of Baja and it’s wonderful people!
This vignette shares a morning at our campsite in Big Sur. Filmed by Jiro Schneider.
Filmed in the arid Owens Valley in Eastern California. Nestled between the mighty Sierra Nevada and the White Mountains bordering Nevada. There are countless miles of dirt roads to explore and a gold mine of thermally heated swimming opportunities. This family portrait documents a day in the region.
Filmed in the Owens Valley, Eastern California //
This family portrait is a love letter to my wife and daughter. The mighty Sierra Nevada, our family and the super moon all dance together creating an emotional experience of togetherness.
Near the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada //
Alabama Hills, a playground of endless organic boulder formations stacked like giants against the backdrop of the jagged razor peaks of Mt Whitney, the tallest mountain in the contiguous U.S. We frolic amongst this strange and compelling landscape continuing to teach our daughter the importance of nature in our lives.
Visions from Mono Lake and Yosemite, Eastern California //
As I kayaked through this surreal waterscape of natural limestone towers, called tufa, a pair of nesting osprey appeared out of the blue. Higher in the Sierra Nevada the entrance gate to Yosemite National Park was not yet open for summer due to snowfall still on the roads leading into the park. This left 20+ miles of two lane blacktop open and free of vehicles allowing me the opportunity to skateboard past waterfalls and glaciers at high speeds.