#KEEPEMWET | THIS IS FLY EDITORIAL Published Editorial Educational
I was asked by the good Doctor Andy Danylchuk to participate with images for an article, Fundamentals of Fish, about fish handling practices for This is Fly. He asked a few photographers for photos showing the good, the bad and the ugly to demonstration proper and improper fish handling. I normally don’t throw myself under the bus on purpose. It’s a has been a hot topic of discussion for a while now with the crew at Patagonia. They’ve taken responsibility to pave the way and not show the fish out of its element. I think it’s a bold step in the right direction for being good stewards of the resources… and putting your money where your mouth is.
In a nutshell – we are drowning fish with air and squeezing them a bit too hard. We need to be more conscious of the way we handle the very thing we all love so very much, the fish.
SURFACE FILM 5 | CONSERVATION FUNDRASIER Anthology Fine Art :: Denver, Colorado
The annual conservation fundraiser put on by the Greenbacks is right around the corner. It’s a great group of folks who are making a positive impact for coldwater fisheries. I’m humbled to contribute my work to this incredible event every year. I am also honored to be amongst the other amazing photographers on the walls. If you’re in the area I encourage you to head down and participate in this really cool event!
The Greenbacks of Trout Unlimited are excited to announce the 5th annual Surface Film event showcasing top fly-fishing photography from across the country at the Anthology Fine Art gallery on Friday February 27th, 2015. Prints will be available for purchase to benefit the Greenbacks work to conserve Colorado’s coldwater fisheries and recruit the next generation of Trout Unlimited Members.
DRINKS | LIVE MUSIC | FINE ART FISHING PHOTOGRAPHY FOR SALE This is open to the public until we reach capacity.
MONTANA RAPTOR CONSERVATION CENTER Bozeman, Montana
I spent the morning with the great folks over at the Montana Raptor Conservation Center. Becky and the crew were busy with rehab work and daily food prep. Cleaning wounds, stitching birds, fixing breaks, cutting up fish heads, chopping small rodents, giving love and showing compassion is just a small part of the days work.
BIG AGNES CATALOG 2015 Las Pampas, Chubut, Argentina
The Big Agnes dropped the new 2015 catalog and I am grateful to see I was able to sneak one in there. This image brings back such great memories, an expedition I’ll never forget. I can’t believe its been a year already.. and it’s almost time to pack to head back down again!
This image of environmental steward Yvon Chouinard was captured on location during a film expedition to the remote Andes Mountain’s of Argentina for an up coming film conservational film titled Finding Fontinalis. The team was well equipped with the latest in quality and technology with Big Agnes gear and we cold have been more pleased. Thanks BA!
COVER | FLYFISHING & TYING JOURNAL Spring 2015 issue | Island park, Idaho
The new spring issue of the Flyfishing & Tying Journal hit the newsstands a few weeks ago. I’m excited to see my image landed on the cover! This was a great surprise, it wasn’t expected.
The cover image is of TroutHunter guide Pat Gaffney. Randomly had a day off and we took advantage of the late spring hatch on the Henry’s Fork River. Also included is a photo essay on the Henry’s Fork Salmonfly hatch. I was fortunate to be able to get on the water with some top guides, who just so happen to be my friends. Images include: Brandon Prince, Phil Sgamma, Brad Miller and Carlos Chaves.