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Recent projects, publications, editorial and commercial commissions.

Portrait of ski patroller Jen Calder in the early morning hours for Meet Jen Calder

Meet Jen Calder | Powder Magazine

Jen Calder began working for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in 1997. Now she has become the first female assistant director of ski patrol in Jackson’s history. Powder assigned me the task of photographing her for the article that was written by Danielle Shapiro. When you get to photograph the assistant director of anything you get some privilege. Mine was grabbing

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Jeff Annetts hikes towards the top of Powder 8 Face dressed to impress in his tuxedo in You Open Em I Close Em

You Open ‘Em, I Close ‘Em | Powder Magazine

You Open Em I Close Em was online feature for Powder Magazine covering the legendary Powder 8s competition held outside of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. It was 15 years since the last Powder 8 competition off of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 2016 marked the revitalization of a competition that is part of ski culture itself. Chasing your friend down a

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Andrew Whiteford and Jay Goodrich get a ride on local motorbike with side car near Chiang Dao, Thailand for Singletrack Spiders and KFC

Singletrack Spiders and KFC | DirtRag Magazine

Every once in a while a project is dropped in your lap that is almost too good to be true. The editor of DirtRag called to tell me he was sending me an email from a mountain bike tour company in Thailand that wanted to pay for a writer to come over and experience what they were offering. I managed

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Heather Goodrich rides the Middle Kingdom Trail in Curt Gowdy State Park in Eastern Wyoming for Animal Farm

Animal Farm | Bike Magazine

The Animal Farm photographs were commissioned for one of the departments in the front of the book for Bike Magazine is aptly named “Routes”. This department features riding destinations that don’t necessarily hold the status for a feature within the magazine, but do hold promising riding to any mountain biker looking for a place to go for a weekend. Bike

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Andrew Whiteford blazes through 2 feet of new snow in-bounds at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for Storm Dispatch One

Storm Dispatch One | Powder Magazine

I sent the photo editor of Powder Magazine a teaser photo – the subject read, “Happy Holidays”, it was only a few days before Christmas. Powder replied with a Christmas assignment, shoot a Storm Dispatch for our website please. Highlight the skiing for sure, but don’t forget the details and a brief paragraph about the gallery of photos that you

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Cult of the Quaff - Hostel X team practice heading down the road of lighting the table on fire while passing beers to anyone willing to play with a mug of beer on fire

Cult of the Quaff | Powder Magazine

“Can you shoot this story Cult of the Quaff?” So let me get this straight…You are going to pay me to photograph beer drinking?”, I said to the photo editor of Powder Magazine on the other end of my iPhone. The voice replied, “In a round-about way, yes.” “I’m in.” The Gelande Quaff is essentially a beer drinking game. A

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A Teton Teton Science Schools Spring wildlife tour stops to explore the balsamroot flowers

Teton Science Schools | Spring Marketing Photographs

After the success of the photography shoot that Jay did for the Teton Science Schools in winter for their Yellowstone National Park snowcoach tours, they hired him again. This time to produce a series of 50 marketing images that they could use to help promote their summer tours into the Grand Teton National Park. The mission was the same – the Teton Science School was

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The sun sets over a valley in the Upper Gros Ventre range photo taken for Trust for Public Land

Trust for Public Land | Fine Art Print

The Trust for Public Land commissioned Jay to create a landscape photograph that could be used as a framed fine art print to be given as a gift to a private land donor. The private donor was giving The Trust for Public Land one thousand acres of prime wildlife and forest property that will eventually become protected National Forest. As a thank you, The

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The warehouse area loaded with Santa Cruz bicycles for Take the Red Pill Article

Take the Red Pill | DirtRag Magazine

It began with a promotional email to our editor list. “This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep

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Fox Factory suspension photo from Tale of the Fox

Tale of the Fox | DirtRag Magazine

It took me all of 15 minutes from the time I parked my rental car in the visitor’s spot at FOX in Scotts Valley, California, to create a lasting impression I wasn’t that proud of. Yes, I became “that guy”. Almost immediately after shaking hands with Mark, my guide for the day, I trashed the testing lab within FOX’s world headquarters. To

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Watching bison in the Hayden Valley of Yellowstone National Park in winter for Teton Science Schools

Teton Science Schools | Photography Marketing

Teton Science Schools hired Jay to produce a series of 50 marketing images that they could use to help promote a brand new Yellowstone National Park winter snow coach tour. The Teton Science School was looking for images that not only captured their guests interacting on the tour, but also what the guests got to see and experience during their day in Yellowstone. In

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Portrait of Michael Franti on stage with guitar for Wyoming Tourism

Wyoming Tourism | Concert Series Marketing Photos

Wyoming Tourism came to us asking for a new perspective on the free concert series that towns in Wyoming use as a marketing tool. They obtained unlimited access for us to a weekend concert blowout in Jackson, Wyoming. The goal of the project was to produce photos that Wyoming Tourism could put into their image bank to then license to tourism agencies

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