Woke up and took a selfie... I need more of this so I’m swapping out my broken van for @keljrc van so I can go back and get a few more days before I have to come back and deal with this. #getyomindright
Playing around with some drone footage of @nathanguerrero25 and @noah.pinkstaff in #alabamahills. Still need to work on the controls and keeping it steady 😬 if anyone’s going out and needs drone shots let me know 🤙🏻 #djimavicpro#rockclimbing#optoutside#droneshots#goout
FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS to my AMAXTU!! TQMMMMM!! Going to repeat myself but it’s worth mentioning I have the most incredible mother. The older I get and consider becoming a mom myself I realize what an immense responsibility it is and my mama does it with such grace, playfulness, consideration, tenderness and creativity.
My latest project as director/DP in collaboration with @lindseystirling is out now. A few weeks ago I flew out to LA, packed a car to the brim with an Arri Alexa Mini, Cooke Anamorphics, a Ronin 2, and headed for the Alabama Hills. This is a special place to me, and why I picked it for this video. There’s magic here. Huge props to Lindsey for always being down to brave the elements with me! First Alaska, now the Desert. Who knows what’s next?!
Mama whispered 🤫 Love is happiness love is pain ❤️ Love’s the name of this human game You better play it all with heart Cuz love is connection, nature’s perfection, a mother’s direction. ———-Just another song inspired by talks with my mama. Love you @victoriasterling93 📸 taken during my walkabout at #alabamahills
One of the biggest things we’ve learned being content creators is that if you’ve created something... share it now! Don’t wait 🙅🏻♀️ - We have thousands of photos from the past 2 years and a lot of them didn’t make it off the hard drive 😂 - You’ll never be as hyped on your art as you were when you first made it - #createdtocreate
Decided to stop in the Alabama Hills on the way back home from Bishop last week. Well, what I thought was going to be a quick stop ending up being a half day adventure because I couldn’t stop staring at the mountains. It was hard to leave. While Mt. Whitney was covered by the impending storm, Lone Pine Peak was out and looking more marvelous than ever. Also...we are putting out THREE new blog posts this week! Stay tuned!