Alan Davis

Alan Davis has been a professional photographer for over 13 years. Based out of Los Angeles, he is largely focused on the mountain biking scene in the Southwestern US and is on the editorial staff for Decline magazine. He enjoys traveling to bike events, Jeeping around the desert and exploring different creative corners of the world.





Chris Burkard

Chris Burkard is an accomplished explorer, photographer, creative director, speaker, and author. Traveling throughout the year to pursue the farthest expanses of Earth, Burkard works to capture stories that inspire humans to consider their relationship with nature, while promoting the preservation of wild places everywhere. Layered by outdoor, travel, adventure, surf, and lifestyle subjects, Burkard is known for images that are punctuated by untamed, energized landscapes and peak moments of adventure. He has accumulated an audience of over one million followers to become a globally recognized social influencer. His holistic and visionary perspective has earned him opportunities to work on global, prominent campaigns with Fortune 500 clients, appear as a TED speaker, develop specialty product lines, teach national and international photography workshops and publish a collection of books, including a children’s book. Along with his team, Burkard is based out of his full-scale production studio and art gallery near his hometown in Central Coast California. 




Chris Davenport

Chris Davenport is a Professional Big Mountain Skier and Mountaineer. From the tops of mountains to the cliffs of Glaciers, Dav is always capturing images of his perspective of the world. In his spare time, he’s also a two-time World Extreme Skiing Champion.








Christian Pondella

Christian Pondella is an adventure sports photographer based in Mammoth Lakes, CA. He enjoys traveling throughout the world experiencing different cultures and photographing in remote mountain ranges. As a participant in a lot of the sports he photographs, his goal is to capture the viewer’s emotions and make them feel like they are part of the action. Christian’s images have appeared in advertising and promotional campaigns for Red Bull, San Disk, Patagonia, ESPN, Atomic, FSTOP Gear, Eddie Bauer, Oakley, Kastle Skis, Scarpa, and many other outdoor brands. He is a Senior Photographer for Powder Magazine, a San Disk Extreme Team member, Fstop Global Pro, and Lululemon elite Ambassador. Christian has also been published in Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, Outside, Men’s Journal, Maxim, FHM, GQ, Climbing, Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, Rock and Ice and a variety of other publications and newspapers throughout the world.




Clark Fyans

Clark Fyans is an Action Sports Producer, Helicopter Ski Guide, as well as a Professional Photographer. Clark got his first taste of the mountains in pre-school where he was ripping around the Wasatch on sticks the size of shinbones. In 2001, Clark relocated to Alaska to pursue a career in the mountains where he worked on the Alyeska Snow Safety Team and also started guiding guests to the Seven Summits Circuit. Clark eventually landed a spot as the lead guide and helicopter operations manager where he continued to guide heli-skiing in Chile as well as the Canadian Rockies. By working with professional skiers, snowboarders and iconic companies, this eventually led to him signing on as the Lead Guide / Field Producer for Brainfarm Cinema’s / Red Bull Media House “The Art of Flight”. Clark is currently located in Marina Del Rey, CA, working as a Supervising Producer for Red Bull Media House Feature Films.




Justin Burbage

Hawaiian native Justin Burbage travels around the world armed with a skateboard and an iPhone as his camera capturing and skating all it has to offer. Make sure to check out his Instagram: @justinkalaniburbage



Morgan Maassen

Morgan Maassen is a photographer from Santa Barbara, California and was born in 1990. His interest in photography started in his teens after experimenting with his family's home video camera at the beach, goofing off with friends and exploring the central coast. Maassen graduated high school early at the age of sixteen to concentrate and explore visual media freely and intensely via many different mediums. After working in the graphic design industry, he then decided to pursue filmmaking and photography as both a creative outlet and occupation. Growing up in and around the ocean has provided Maassen with his favorite subject to photograph. He's also frequently incorporated his passions of traveling, nature, architecture and fashion into his work. While he strives to capture what he sees as beautiful, this is often not the perfect moment. Instead, light, textures, and the abstract nature of the earth are what truly fascinate Maassen. Maassen considers himself an active participant in the digital age and enjoys working with both film and digital mediums, and motion pictures are the apple of his eye. He dreams of nothing more than visiting the next new country, capturing whatever beauty it may hold.





Ryan Huggy Hughes

Ryan Huggy Hughes is originally from the backwoods of Grass Valley, California.  He grew up snowboarding in Lake Tahoe, CA documenting his friends hucking with any kind of camera he could find. Now he is the Photo editor of Snowboarder Magazine. When he is not on hill shooting or in the office making magazines, he is a foosball enthusiast, karaoke addict, and animated gif maker as you can see on his Instagram @hugruber.





Zak Noyle

Zak Noyle is a world-renowned fine art photographer with a unique perspective on surf, sea and landscape. Born and raised on the Hawaiian Island of O’ahu, Zak spends countless hours in the water, creating dramatic imagery and artful interpretations of the world’s most magnificent ocean environment. Zak has been a senior staff photographer at Surfer Magazine since 2010 and has been published in countless international surf magazines. His images also regularly appear in Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, ESPN and in advertisements for major brands such as RVCA, Red Bull, Chanel and Lululemon. Zak Noyle travels around the world chasing swells and capturing the beauty of a watery world seldom seen by others.