If you have no idea what Spelunking is, your not alone. Spelunking is the secret to the unusually challenging and most difficult photographic discipline of cave photography. Ever wonder where those fabulous photos come from of the magical environments underground? Let me introduce you to Knoxville-based caver and cave photography specialist Chris Higgins. Recently, Chris Higgins guided a team from JOBY, makers […]

If you have never seen the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, you’ve never seen hot air balloons.  There is,  simply put, nothing else on earth like it.  Last month, at the first part of October, Albuquerque, New Mexico, held its 42nd annual International Balloon Fiesta, or as the rest of the world knows it, the Albuquerque Balloon […]

QUIK from Colin Kennedy on Vimeo. QUIK is a collaboration between www.theberrics.com and Quiksilver. It’s a film shot exclusively on the sidewalks and streets of Los Angeles giving an unprecedented look into the world of street skating. Captured entirely from a moving vehicle, the film follows Austyn Gillette as he skates through the neighborhoods of […]

Skateboarding was first started in the 1950s, shortly after I was born.  All across California surfers got the idea of trying to surf the streets. No one really knows who made the first board — instead, it seems that several people came up with similar ideas about the same time.  While several people have claimed to […]

Surf photographers are an interesting lot.  Heroes of the surf all, the best bravely move with fierce determination directly towards a force of nature that engulfs, mangles, and tries its best to break their bodies into many tiny broken pieces.  How do they manage to survive, let alone capture beauty in the blink of a […]