This image marked the beginning of what would become a two day saga unlike anything I have every experienced. A two hour hike that took 7 including post-holing up to my waist. Shivering uncontrollably in my sleeping bag for hours. Convincing myself as I tried to fall asleep that I wasn't gonna make it through the night because of the thin air. Waking up refreshed and scrambling a thousand-plus feet straight up. Glissading back down and triggering an avalanche. Outrunning that avalanche by only a couple feet.
This was the last picture I took until we were almost back to basecamp after all of that (a couple exist, taken by my companions, of the interim).
Exploring the world with a camera in hand.
An outdoor enthusiast by trade with training in physics and a true love for photography. Currently based in the Bay Area, my heart's at home in New England, particularly coastal Maine.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.