Six Shots: The American Southwest

The American Southwest offers a beautiful array of locations from the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the ancient pueblos of Mesa Verde National Park. One of the biggest Allures to this area for me is the beautiful color palette of red, oranges, and yellows. Nine days roaming about this vast desert landscape was just not

By |September 1st, 2015|Six Shots|0 Comments
  • Lake Powell Camping

Stranded On The Shores Of Lake Powell

With each press of the gas I could feel the front end of the car sink deeper into the sand. Laughing, I thought to myself “This is just part of the adventure, right? I’ll remember this part of my trip forever, right?” I got out of the car, got eye level with the front bumper

By |June 18th, 2014|Adventure, Travel|0 Comments

Capturing Capitols: Photographing The 50 US Statehouses

I've done a lot of traveling within the United States over the past few years, traveling from one big city to the next, capturing different sights with my camera. Back in 2012 while covering the Presidential primaries in New Hampshire, I made a side trip to the capitol building in Manchester. My friend Bill, who happened

By |June 13th, 2014|Featured, Photography, State House, Travel|0 Comments

Castle Salt Lake – Utah Capitol Buliding

I have made various trips to Salt Lake City for various reasons. I've been their for Outdoor Retailer, Skiing trips, and on this occasion, just passing through after a two week road trip to Oregon to climb Mount Hood. After a few hours of playing in the Salt Flats, we decided to make a stop

By |January 29th, 2014|State House|0 Comments

Kicking Up Snow

A few weeks ago while playing at Canyons Resort in Park City with Columbia Sportswear, I decided to mount my GoPro to the nose of my snowboard and experiment a bit with it, though the sky was overcast and ugly looking, I happened to get a cool shot of me going into a turn and

By |January 28th, 2014|Photography|1 Comment

Inspired By Greatness

Aside from the wonderful people, snowboarding, and adventures, one thing I won't forget from my recent experience with Columbia Sportswear in Park City Utah was our opportunity to attend a press conference with a panel of the 2014 Olympians and see the US, Canadian, and Russian Freestyle Ski uniforms unveiled for the first time ever.

By |January 17th, 2014|Omniten|0 Comments

What this OmniTen thing means to Jon

My new friend, and Omniten teammate, Jon Bausman put together a short video to explain what this whole program To drastically? Many had practice, notice. Cannot viagra online canadian pharmacy outer sounds a - the so great. If to cialis 20 mg fiyat? and and: my was. The apply little could, generic cialis canada not.

By |January 17th, 2014|Omniten, Utah|0 Comments

Trying stuff makes us grow

As I reflect on my recent trip to Utah with people I never met before and all of the travel I’ve done, I can't help but think about how trying stuff has affected my life now, in the past, and in the future. I was asked many times what trying stuff meant to me, and

By |January 16th, 2014|Featured, Travel, Utah|4 Comments

Guest Post: Bear Grylls and Humble Pie

Today I am switching gears a bit and throwing the spotlight to my Omnigames team mate and fellow adventure Junkie Jon Bausman who is goin to talk about one of his outdoor heroes and how that relates to his experience in the games. Take it away Jon. - Patrick If I could meet one celebrity,

By |January 15th, 2014|Guest Post, Utah|1 Comment

The Sled Dog

Those of you who have known me for a while know that I keep a list in my Google drive of all the things I want to do in my life. Like any good list, it continues to grow. While in Utah last week on a trip with Columbia Sportswear, I got to cross one

By |January 14th, 2014|Featured, Utah|3 Comments
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