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Aurora Borealis above Fairbanks, Alaska

April 13, 2012

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After spending just short of a week in Fairbanks, Alaska, I’m back home reflecting upon some great memories and amazing images. In between red-eye naps and delayed flights, after two back-to-back sleepless northern lights nights, I’m borderline kooky. On assignment, I traveled to meet the GoPro production team to learn more about a scientific partnership […]

Baldface Lodge: 2012 Season Recap Vids

April 5, 2012

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This isn’t the first time I’ve written about Baldface this winter. You may or may not remember this little event they hosted back in February, and if you’re connected deep enough, the place it holds in backcountry skiing and snowboarding. If you don’t know, now you know. Just be responsible about your knowledge, young ninjas. […]

Wakeboarding GITMO with MasterCraft

January 24, 2012

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Every once in a while, I’m reminded about great projects from the past. One of my favorites is a unique story of right time-right place, as well as wrong time-wrong place. When I traveled with MasterCraft Boat Company to the GITMO military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, our mission –which we chose to accept– was […]

Island Adventure: Gear Checklist

December 21, 2011

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On a recent assignment to the islands, which happened to be a very welcomed escape from the slow and stalling Northeast winter, there were a dozen products that made the packing list. This wasn’t a ‘sit on the beach and sip rum punch all day’ vacation, it was an active break from the office that […]

Reverse Island Fever Hangover, Mon

December 7, 2011

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As the headline suggests, I’m currently a bit hungover. Not as a result of heavy imbibing, not this time –although there was plenty of revelry involved to cause the pain I’m experiencing. The diagnosis: Reverse Island Fever. Typical island fever is described as “the realization that you are stuck on which ever island you are […]

‘Natural Playground’ Viewer’s Choice Winning Photo

November 23, 2011

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It’s safe to say that when Nenad Saljic captured this image of cavers dropping into the mouth of Cave Mamet, he was making the most of his natural surroundings. It also helps that he’s an active caver and speleophotographer, a certified caving instructor and mountain rescuer, and has a Ph.D. in Economics. The latter of […]

‘Natural Playground’ Photo Exhibit and Party

October 20, 2011

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The opening reception for “Natural Playground” has come and gone, where a few dozen of New England’s finest adventure photographers and adventure fans gathered to celebrate outdoor pursuits and talk shop. “Natural Playground” is presented by Darkroom Gallery, Cortex Marketing and VentureThere.com. Evolving from pixels to prints, this gallery features a handful of the finalists represented in the juried […]