I recently traveled to the beautiful island of Taiwan to shoot some fun videos with Viator. I had barely any knowledge of Taiwan before the trip, and truthfully, it wasn’t on my list of top destinations. Boy was I was for a surprise! Have fun watching this Taiwan-A-thon!
I’ve run a lot of races in my life, but this was the most painful. I guess 34 miles miles of pounding on Slick-rock will do that. Don’t let this happy finish line photo fool you. My emotions ranged from: I love this, I hate this, I’m high on life, this really sucks, life is beautiful, […]
Action cams are a dime a dozen these days, it seems like every camera company is making their own version. I started out using GoPro, but have been loyal to Sony for the past two years. Why? Sony has been making cameras since the beginning of time, they know sensors, lenses and how to make […]
Here’s an inside look at the first ever Old Man Winter Bike Rally in Lyons Colorado. It wasn’t very wintery, about 65 degrees to be exact, but it was fun as hell! About 650 people came out to enjoy the day, some pros, some Joes and everything in between. #EverythingisAwesome
When I was told that there are up to 200 homeless teens on the streets of Boulder on any given night, I couldn’t believe it. Not in perfect little Boulder! It’s a sad reality, and a very serious problem facing our community and the country. The numbers are even scarier when you look bigger, in […]
I like drinking beer, and now I get paid to do it, thanks to Travel Channel’s new show, Microbrew Madness! Craft beer is blowing up all over the country, and especially in my hometown, Boulder-freaking-Colorado! In this new series, four different hosts travel the country in search of the best microbreweries. I was assigned Avery […]
You might get attacked by a bear, or accosted by Whiskey Man, but I assure you, the Burning Man Ultra is 50km of pure joy (besides the pain of running 31 miles). I once again made the long journey out to Burning Man this year, and one of the main reasons was to participate in […]
I had barely been outside of Boulder until 1997. I didn’t know much about the outside world and I was one of those dumb Americans who couldn’t pick out most countries on a map, except for Mexico, that’s easy. I lived in a bubble, a fun bubble, but a sheltered bubble nonetheless. My desire to […]