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I just returned from a week of travel and I’m exhausted. First was 5 days of skiing in Chile. Then I flew straight to SLC for the Outdoor Retailer Trade Show. This was a great trip, as I got to see a lot of friends from around the country that I do not get to see that often. We spent some time at the show meeting with athletes and sponsors, finalizing plans for our next film project. Its all coming together and I can’t wait to share the details here on the blog, stay tuned.

After the trade show, Mike Call and I shot the Mammut Bouldering Championship for Momentum Video Mag. I’m currently working on the highlight reel and it should be live next week. The comp was a huge success, even with rain threatening all night. Chris Sharma pulled it together, flashing problems 1, 2, and 4 for the win. Alex Puccio did the same and took the win in the womens field.

I flew back to Denver the next morning and drove straight to Ft. Collins for a Running Times shoot with Romanian marathoner Adriana Pirtea. The shoot went really well and I’m currently editing the pics. I’ll get some on the blog as soon as I can.

Right now, I am rocking the free internet at Denver International Airport. I am heading to Portillo, Chile for a week of skiing and shooting stock! Really psyched! Just trying to get a few things taken care of before I leave the country. I’ll definitely be sure to get some photos up here as soon as possible.

Next week, I will be heading from Chile straight to Salt Lake City for the Outdoor Retailer Trade Show. I attend this event twice a year and always look forward to it. Its a great place for me to reconnect with friends and clients I have made all over the country. This summer, I will also be shooting and directing the video production of a series of short highlight reels from the Mammut Bouldering Championship, all exclusively for Momentum Video Mag.

It seems that my recent cover shot of Chris Sierzant on Urban Climber Magazine has began quite a discussion over on Facebook. Check out Urban Climber Mag’s profile on Facebook to read the Note and comments. Some people love it, some people hate it! The fact that people are talking about it means it was a success. there are a lot of climbers out there that are scared of growth, progression, and changes in the sport. Everyone here at BS Productions is all about PROGRESSION! And to get anywhere, we must try new things that may not go over so smoothly. Props to UC for going for it!