Just got back from a month long road trip, visiting Las Vegas and Southern Utah with Jonathan Siegrist, Heather Robinson, Sheyna, Beau, etc - lots and lots of good friends. I also spent some time filming with Kevin Jorgeson out in Bishop, CA (a road I went down seeming too long ago.) I didn't put the camera down, not even when I slept. The outcome, I hope, is some of my best film/video/photo work to date - all soon to be released. Also, I put together a rad editorial feature for UC Mag's 'Road Trip Issue' due out this month with Jstar. Feeling pretty smoked right now and playing catch-up. Glad to back in ol' 'Rado! While I delve into all this footage and photos - here's a few from the trip.
and something else I've meant to share -
I recently (well, at end of February) hopped down to one of my favorite places on Earth - Hueco Tanks, TX. This is my 7th year (I think) in a row spending time in this magical desert boulder field, but unfortunately my shortest trip yet. It was great visiting my desert family and squeezing in some quick work. I had a good time making this short film, which follows around my good buddy, Daniel Woods, filming one of our sport's greatest athletes on one of his best days. Between 10am and 2am, Daniel sent 3 V13s and two V11s. Five of those on his first attempts. Then, he had lunch, then, he crushed another V13. Lots of mumbo-number-jumbo, I know, but as a true fan of all things bouldering, this is sick. 74 points in 6 boulder problems! Check it out. Life is bitchin' - A