Recent Published Work to Share

This past fall, Woman’s Adventure featured an image we captured while packing up the ski-bikes during our recent month long, self-supported and bicycle-powered skiing adventure through Arctic Norway.

We published a photo-driven feature in N Magazine this past fall, celebrating the fall tropical storm and surfing season along the New England coast. Here’s a glimpse at the center spread, below, and the full feature, HERE.

An image we captured while skiing in the High Peaks of New York’s Adirondacks last season ran as a spread in Powder magazine alongside a story about skiing the region after the passage of Tropical Storm Irene in August of 2011. Irene produced dozens of new landslides, many of which are skiable, in the Dacks.

Black Diamond Equipment Ltd., makers of top-notch equipment for backcountry skiing and climbing, featured this image on their website this past fall. We captured the image while approaching a peak above our seashore camp well after midnight during early May in Arctic Norway.

Vermont’s BTV Magazine, which covers the Burlington, VT scene, chose our image for the cover of their winter edition. The image feature’s Emily’s sister, Leah, enjoying some freshly falling snow here at home in the Green Mountains.

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Recent Published Work to Share – Late Summer 2012

Opening page to a four-page feature sharing tips for fall-season photography in Vermont Sports’ Sept/Oct 2012 issue.

The Green Mountain Club (GMC) recently selected our image for us on the cover of their latest edition of their Long Trail hiking guidebook, which was recently released for the 2012 hiking season.

This image, captured by Emily, was featured as the opening spread to a multi-page photo essay we developed for Nantucket Magazine’s August 2012 issue about trail-riding on Nantucket Island.

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The Mad River Glen/Alta Connection – Feature Story in Vermont Sports

If you have enjoyed skiing Vermont’s Mad River Glen and Utah’s Alta ski area, you can probably relate to this story (View/print PDF here). The shared spirit between these two ski areas is legendary, and we’ve never come across a greater concentration of dedicated skiers anywhere.

Vermont Sports publishes monthly and features all things outdoor sports and adventure. We’ve been contributing to this unique and local publication for nearly ten years. It provides us with some great opportunities to share our work closer to home. You can subscribe to and view VT Sports online, or pick up a copy at your local outdoor store, ski shop and at many local cafes.
-Brian and Emily