Packrafting Into the Unknown

I didn’t know a lot about packrafting before this trip. But at it’s core it’s a way to get in deeper. To experience the type of unadulterated wilderness that feeds the soul and inspires the imagination. A key that allows us to escape the ordinary and access that sense of awe and self awareness that comes from complete immersion into otherwise inaccessible destinations. 

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72 Perfect Hours In Lake Tahoe

Growing up Reno was a playground, full of long lost friends, and Lake Tahoe was the vast, natural extension of that playground. Lake Tahoe’s water is vast, azure blue, and clear as any swimming pool. It was the first place my parents took me hiking. The first place I experience the freedom of sleeping under the stars. And the first place to steal a little piece of my heart. 


- it’s the second deepest alpine lake in the United States behind Crater Lake in Oregon. 

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Road Trip USA: Southern Hospitality

The entire road trip started with one simple idea: There are beautiful places everywhere, if you’re open to them. You don’t have to travel half way around the world, or spend an obscene amount of money. You can find those memory making, life affirming, photo worthy locations, right in your backyard - no matter where your backyard happens to be. 

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Sand, Sun, & Fun In "The Real Florida"

Distinctly separate from Orlando’s manufactured experiences, or Miami’s clubbing culture, Northern Florida is where quiet sandy stretches line calm, emerald waters; local swimming holes defy logic with their otherworldly blue hues; and country roads proudly welcome you to “The Real Florida.”

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How I Afford To Travel All The Time

How I afford to travel all the time is the most common question I receive from people. It’s a difficult question to answer, primarily because it assumes I travel all the time. And I don't! This is the story behind how I got into photography, started an instagram account, and built my business. 

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