I work alongside the editors at SNOWBOARDER Magazine as the Director of Photography, curating global perspectives from those of us behind the camera lens. Our collaborations with one another, all who contribute, and those that support the magazine’s art of storytelling are amazing. Our publication produces four print issues annually, numerous snowboard films, major events, and releases a constant flow of content digitally through our website and social media to all our audience and subscribers. SNOWBOARDER Magazine has become the world’s largest snowboard media over the last 30 years.
If you’re making imagery that makes you happy, you should be on track for a long life in photography.
Actually doing the sport, and having a passion for what you photograph makes the deepest connection which helps you anticipate all the factors when setting up for the shot.
In addition to the creative process, make it a goal to establish a simple post-production workflow. This promotes good organizational habits. It’ll also save you time in the archival process and keep your clients happy.
Your network is huge for making ideas happen. Building quality relationships is really important.