Earlier this week, FeverDream Magazine published a story and photography that I’m really proud of: Notes From the Apocalypse: a Journey Through an American Sacrifice Zone. The magazine did an excellent job with the images and the layout and I couldn’t be more pleased. “Notes From the Apocalypse” was inspired by a road-trip through theContinue reading “New story out – Notes From the Apocalypse: a Journey Through an American Sacrifice Zone”
How tumult over a draft EPA report on fracking-related water contamination has given Wyoming a pass on fixing groundwater polluted by traditional gas drilling.
On June 7th, 2021, hundreds of Water Protectors gathered at the headwaters of the Mississippi River and marched to a bridge near where Enbridge Energy planned to drill under the river to route their one-million-barrel-a-day Line 3 tar-sands pipeline. I covered the Treaty People Gathering, an assembly of Water Protectors meant to kick off aContinue reading “Covering the Water Protectors standing up against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline”
A few months ago, I received a plain, white postcard in the mail informing me that “as of October 1, 2020, Bike Magazine had ceased publication.” The card went on to tell me that they were “pleased” to inform me that the remainder of my subscription would be filled with Men’s Journal. Not Powder or any of the other adventure sports rags that American Media LLC owns. Men’s Journal.
About a decade ago, I moved from Maine to Montana. Not one of those famous towns like Bozeman and Missoula which have been featured in big-budget movies or the glossy pages of adventure magazines. No, I moved back to my industrial hometown of Billings.
My interview with the Nash family took me out on the farm and into one of my favorite fields: independent agriculture.
My latest article out from Matador Network: 7 incredible experiences in Montana’s Yellowstone Country.
This road leading from the tiny town of Molt to the even tinier town of Rapelje offers views of five of Montana’s most spectacular mountain ranges. In addition to the Crazy Mountains, shown here, one can see the Pryor, Beartooth, Snowy, and Little Belt Ranges.
The Beartooth Mountains have always been inspiring, whether as a call to adventure, or the spark to create. This trip was both.
I TRY TO SPEND as much time on the road as possible, whether it’s going across the state to see family, or crossing state lines on an epic trek. There are a lot of reasons I’m attracted to long-distance travel. One of the best is that no matter what I might be worrying about, there’s nothingContinue reading “Finding Inspiration on the Road to (and from) the Wild and Scenic Film Fest”