The River That Flow Both Ways
made with Kirk Muir Horton

In August 2019, Kirk Muir Horton and I paddled 315 miles from source to sea down the Hudson River in record time. A river that starts in the Adirondacks and ends at the Statue of Liberty, our trip was as unpredictable and complex as the river itself. We used a 10 foot inflatable canoe to make it through the whitewater, dams, and tides. When things went wrong we hitched rides on rafts, boats, trains, and cars. In times of need strangers became friends. In a youthful trip, from a trickle to the sea we explored the environmental impacts of one of America’s most influential yet endangered rivers.
1% Better w/ Marquis Bowden

Full Project Here
Kokopelli Trail Fastest Known Time - Lachlan Morton
EF Pro Cycling

Lachlan Morton set the fastest known time on the Kokopelli Trail. I shot stills while Thomas Woodson shot motion. We took turns driving through the desert trying to keep up with Lachlan. 

Personal (Ongoing)

 A region of Costa Rica working to and protect water resources through reimagining land use practice. I started going to the Nandamojo Valley in 2015 working as a marketing intern at Restoring Our Watershed and returned as a full time employee after graduation. Since then I keep going back to see the progress friends have made as environmental stewards.