Special projects

SmartWool’s Ride

It’s not your typical company retreat. But then, SmartWool isn’t your typical apparel company. Photographer and writer for a two-part series looking at how a 360-mile bike ride reveals the values and culture of one of Steamboat’s biggest success stories.

 

 

Mountain bodies

Photographer for a project that looks at one couple and five individuals who speak to the summer outdoor enthusiast in all of us.

 

 

 

Endangered travel

Taking an endangered form of travel to a once-threatened national treasure in California and the characters you meet along the way.

 

 

Molly Look

Molly’s love for her bunny led to fateful morning

 

 

 

Cuba

A look at the Havana area in March 2009, when American tourism was still strictly forbidden. A photo exposition presented at two gallery shows.

 

 

 

The Last Stand

Lead photographer for a five-part series looking at the mountain pine beetle and the West’s dying forests.

 

 

 

“Ski Town Shenanigans”

Creator of “Ski Town Shenanigans, The Best of the Steamboat Springs Police Blotter.” A 128-page book with nearly 6,000 copies sold.

 

 

 

King Coal

Most never will go 1,500 feet underground and tour Colorado’s most productive coal mine, located just 15 miles south- west of Steamboat Springs. For that matter, most of the 20,000-plus people who call Routt County home probably give little thought to the mine or its local significance.

 

 

An Unexpected Joy

While devastated by the diagnosis, families grow to love and celebrate their children with Down syndrome.

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