Cool Interview by Moja Gear Last week. Thanks guys!!
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Climbing and filming with Jonathan Siegrist last spring is getting me excited to do it all over again!!
Verdon Gorge is mind blowing. What an experience to be able to enjoy and experience it for the first time with such good friends, amazing rock climbers and talented creatives. HERE is the piece I was invited to shoot on with the very talented Keith Ladzinski last spring.Read More
There is this moment during the process of hard red-pointing that I find more rewarding than the send itself. It’s the point when all the time and focus of beta finding, move refining and detail dialing finally crescendo and I realize the climb is possible.Read More
Growing up I lived near the edge of a main street that traveled through the center of south Nashville. In my small world it was the road that connected everything I knew. How we went to the grocery store, where my school was, how I got to friend’s house. Everything was relatable and referenced to it.Read More
A year ago I make a decision to try out the filming game full-time. I hit the road with my DSLR and vowed to say yes to any opportunity that presented itself. After nearly 8 months traveling through Europe I may feel road warn and weary, but a sense of accomplishment resides.
I picked up my first video camera in SLC about 7 years ago after a close friend and climbing career confidant encouraged my boyfriend and I to capture the candid moments of our travels, and document our coolest sends. Turned out most of the cool sends came from my boyfriend’s end of the rope, which left me dangling on the other side learning how to be “creative” suspended in mid air.Read More
I guess writing is just like anything else. The less I do you it, the harder it becomes and eventually the need for it can fade. But just like a lot of things I’ve discovered over the last months, most of the time all I have to do is jump right back in to an old pursuit, to remember just how much I love something.Read More
Besides a few weeks here and there I left Nashville when I was 18, and have never returned with any sense of permanence. When I arrived there last November slightly disheveled from international travel and being whipped by the ways of the world, my sensitive self felt more determined than ever not to get tangled up in its southern claws. I planned my departure dates with sternness to my family, implying I had so many better places to be.Read More