I collaborated with TRUE MVMNT and VSCO to create the Four in Four project. The idea: To document a trip across four states in four days where we would explore as much of the American Southwest as possible.
We decided to create Four in Four for one simple reason: To inspire others to get outside and truly experience the outdoors. To turn curiosities into obsessions. Outings into overnighters. Pastimes into passions. To hopefully spark a sense of adventure in others.
We started the trip in San Francisco and explored Southern California, Utah, Arizona and Colorado.
All photos are shot with a Nikon D800 and processed with VSCO. The short film was shot on RED and processed with VSCO.
The photos were shot in San Francisco, CA on August 9th, 2013 with an iPhone 4s and processed with VSCO.
I collaborated with Shwood Shop to create "This Is Oregon". A multimedia campaign to inspire others to get up, go out, and start exploring the beautiful state of Oregon.
This is Oregon was shot over 7 days in March of 2012. A release party for the project was held at the Ace Hotel in Portland on May 3rd, 2012. Photos were taken with a Nikon D80 and Minolta x700.
Photography and typography work by Julian Bialowas. Videography by Joe Stevens.
The photos were shot in Stowe, VT in August 2014 with a Nikon D610 & iPhone 5s and processed with VSCO.
I co-founded and ran 16HOURS Magazine from May 2011 to May 2013. The quarterly magazine was a collaborative endeavour created to motivate its readers to go beyond only reflecting on words of inspiration, but to also live by them. I handled everything from curation of the issues to design and layout of the magazine.
We published 7 issues:
04. We are wild
A selection of notable features and interviews.
My work has been published in print, on the web and displayed at events and galleries around the globe.
The session was shot in San Francisco, CA on the morning of June 26th, 2013 with a Nikon D80 and processed with VSCO.
The West Coast Trail is a 75km long backpacking trail following the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
It was built in 1907 to facilitate the rescue of survivors of shipwrecks along the coast, part of the treacherous Graveyard of the Pacific. It is often rated by hiking guides as one of the world’s top hiking trails.
I hiked the trail over 4 days with a small group of friends in July of 2012. All photos were shot with a Nikon D80 and processed with VSCO.
Event shoot commissioned by Everlane to celebrate the opening of their new San Francisco headquarters.
The session was shot in San Francisco, CA on the night of July 18th, 2013 with a Nikon D80 and processed with VSCO.
Shoot for Ducati commissioned by TRUE MVMNT to capture a range of stills during a commercial video production.
All photos shot in the Bay Area in August 2013 with a Nikon D80 and processed with VSCO.
I was commissioned by Karnhuset Studios for Art Direction and to supply landscape photography for the Swedish Cross-Country Ski book Vallaguiden. My imagery was utilized throughout the book and on the cover.
The book was released in January 2012 and sold in stores across Sweden.
Free wallpapers to use personally as you wish.
Not for commercial use.
I was commissioned by Cactus Creative to be the exclusive supplier of landscape photography for Craghoppers Autumn/Winter 2012 Catalogue. My images were utilized throughout the catalogue and on the cover.
The catalogue was released throughout the UK in November 2011.
A small collection of photos shot and processed with an iPhone 4s and more recently an iPhone 5s. Presented in chronological order.
For more timely updates of my iPhone photography you can find me on Instagram.
A small selection of landscape photos from my hikes, treks and scrambles across North America.
Photos were shot with a range of DSLR & SLR cameras.
A small selection of mostly candid portraits.
Photos were shot with a range of DSLR & SLR cameras. Find even more photos on flickr.
365q was my 365 day project for 2011. Where I posted one of my own photos with original typography work every day, for an entire year.
The project has since been featured on numerous websites, published in multiple books and magazines and showcased in one exhibit. Notable feature include:
- Published in You Are So Loved by Chronicle Books.
- Published in the Everything is Going to Be OK 2014 Wall Calendar by Chronicle Book.
- Published in the Everything is Going to Be OK Print package by Chronicle Books.
- Published in the Brazilian magazine Vida Simples.
- Exhibited in the Earth & Sky Gallery at the TELUS Spark Centre in Calgary, AB.
Photos were shot with a range of DSLR & SLR cameras. See all 365 photos on 365q.ca
Purchase 365q prints here.