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Brad Andrew is a Bellingham based action sports photographer who has called Mt. Baker home base since first setting foot on slope in 1993. Over the past decade Brad has honed his skills behind the lens working through the most adverse conditions Mother Nature can provide to capture the elements of mountain life that make it so special to us all. Brad has worked with companies from the ski and snowboard industry and his photography and written words have been featured in publications worldwide.
From towering Swiss peaks and the deep culture of Japow to his Mt Baker home turf, Grant’s iconic images have captured the pure action and true essence of skiing, biking, travel and adventure. Grant has shot for nearly every major ski, bike and outdoor publication and his work has landed on more than 200 magazine covers. When he’s not circling the globe in search of deep snow, perfect dirt or good light, you will find him lapping his local trails, or teaching his son how to stick the landing.
Growing up a block from the surf of San Diego Kevin is not a mountain native yet all that changed when he pursued oceanography in the northwest and dove head first into the mountains. Both a skier & snowboarder, Kevin revels in testing environments that push the limits. Having worked within documentaries, commercials, still and motion production for over two decades Kevin still finds deep rooted passion in creating content with friends in the mountains.
Multisport athlete, marine biologist, and photographer Adam Ü has over 25 years of media production experience. His creative eye and penchant for teamwork lead to unique, collaborative images no matter what side of the lens he is on; as an athlete, he has appeared on countless magazine covers and editorial pieces worldwide, and as a photographer, his images have been published by outlets ranging from the BBC, to snow sports and travel magazines, to scientific journals and wildlife guide books.
One of my earliest memories is crying because dad plopped me down in the snow and I couldn't see my feet. 25 somethingish years later and I still shed a tear when the snow is deeper than my boots. After 8 years behind the lens I've made better memories and even better friends. Hoping for at least 8 more, telling stories in the places I love.
I love snowboarding and I love shooting photos, so naturally I put the two together. Like everything in life, it’s a balance. There’s nothing better than the look on your friends face when you show them the shots you got and how stoked they get. The mountains a really special place with a lot of really special people and being able to capture the stoke and energy of people doing what they love is a really cool thing. I absolutely couldn’t be happier.