Gallerie

David Stoecklein Gallerie

It was springtime in 1970s Utah, and the wildflowers were just starting to bloom when the general manager at Alta Ski Area, Onno Wieringa, ripped the only toilet from the floor of his little house. Lugging the porcelain throne up his ski hill, he met photographer David Stoecklein midmountain, and set his friend to work. Unfazed, […]

Axel Adolfsson Gallerie

In early September, all of Stockholm was plastered with campaign posters for Sweden’s upcoming general election. One of the posters featured a bespectacled character with a wry smile, standing in the middle of a sunny street flanked by single-family homes with branches from verdant apple trees hanging out over wooden fences. It was an idyllic scene […]

Geoff McFetridge Gallerie

Looking out across the endless gray of the Swiss Alps, snow-frosted and stoic, skiers at Laax were perplexed by the sign. It was shaped like a traditional blue square marker, the universal indicator of intermediate terrain, but in 2015 something about this one was different—it was a simple graphic of a skier bombing down an invisible […]

Alric Ljunghager Gallerie

Alric Ljunghager is tucking fast toward the big jump at Kimbosessions in Kläppen, Sweden. Too fast. Without fear or a second thought, the lanky Swede hits the lip with his faithful Canon 6D camera in hand. Seconds later, he’s rolling down the landing, bits of lens and camera body scattering in all directions as he tumbles. […]

Txema Trull Gallerie

The alarm was set for 6 a.m. It had been dumping for 24 hours, but the storm was set to clear out just in time for first light. Photographer Txema Trull and freeskier Jordi Tenas had spent four days skiing and camping under the iconic Cerro Torrecillas near Las Leñas, Argentina, and tomorrow was the day. […]

Jana Rogers Gallerie

Crouched on a ridge in Austria’s Zillertal Alps, photographer Jana Rogers observed the fading light in the snowcapped peaks The clouds had shifted allowing the sun to illuminate the rocky ridge above the slope, a photographer’s dream. The skiers dropped in and arced a few perfect turns down the untouched pitch. It was 2018 and Rogers […]

Greg Von Doersten Gallerie

The commercial airliner touches down on a runway in Nairobi, Kenya and taxis to a stop. Greg Von Doersten emerges from the plane, camera in hand, and rushes around to chat up the gate manager. Soon he’s in the cargo hold of their Democratic Republic of Congo-bound flight, shooting photos of kayaks and gear being loaded. […]

Jamie Walter Gallerie

When Jamie Walter was a junior in high school, he set out on a college road trip with his parents, searching for the perfect place to earn his engineering degree. His dad was an engineer. He would be one too. Columbia. Cornell. McGill. Clarkson. Happy schools full of happy people. But Walter didn’t feel that way. […]

Jeremy Bernard Gallerie

We’ve heard about burnout at retail jobs, of hitting the limit as a desk jockey, but what happens when shooting photos of the best skiers in the world—a proverbial dream gig—reaches its threshold? At 33 years old, French ski photographer Jeremy Bernard was leading an enviable life, chasing the deepest conditions, best skiers and biggest lines […]

Fredrik Marmsater Gallerie

Until digital cameras came along, photography was chemistry. It’s easy to picture the darkroom and its trays of chemicals: hydroquinone, acetic acid, ammonium thiosulfate—the developer, the stop bath and the fixer. But even the creative act of opening the shutter, allowing photons into the camera to oxidize halide crystals in the film, is chemical reaction. […]

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