Projects

The Dread

“The Dread” is a 2019 ROAM Awards finalist essay by Luke Hinz. An essay on the world of steep, high-consequence skiing and accomplishing a goal.

March 19, 2020

Luke Hinz

Interviews, Projects

Christian Pondella: Beneath the Ice

Photographer Christian Pondella and ice climber Will Gadd team up for Beneath the Ice. The duo have been mixing art and high adventure over 20 expeditions.

ROAM

Projects

Ex-Tesla Engineer Ryan Lynch Designs Wooden Surfboards

Ex-Tesla engineer Ryan Lynch designs wooden surfboards. Surfing was a sport founded on wood boards, and it unfortunately frayed from that.

Andy Cochrane

Projects

Waves of Change

By 2050, plastic will outweigh fish in the ocean. That’s why Chloe Dubois started the Ocean Legacy to conduct ocean cleanups. In this interview, she answers questions about how she started the nonprofit and how you can get involved.

Hayley Gendron

Projects

Passion and Focus

Chris Rainier’s latest book “Masks,” combines passion and focus, taking us across six continents over the course of the last thirty years.

Dan Havlik

Projects

Climbing with the Cholitas

Multi-award winning photographer Todd Antony shares his personal photo project, Climbing with the Cholitas. Read more about his vision and conceptual thinking.

Todd Antony

Projects

Future of Surfboards

Surfing has gone through revolutions through its history; periods where technology and talent reached new peaks and pushed the sport forward.

Micah Shanks

Projects

How a Pro Climber Became a Coffee Connoisseur

While on a climbing expedition in the Bugaboos Range of British Columbia, Matt Segal, a North Face climber from Boulder, Colorado, envisioned an instant coffee that could taste good and simultaneously be affordable.

ROAM

Projects

10 Things You Can Do to Turn the Tide on Plastic

Here’s a list of small changes you can make that have a big difference on mitigating plastic waste.

March 18, 2020

Mary Anne Potts

Projects

Behind the Scenes of Free Solo

Cinematographer and director Jimmy Chin’s right-hand man, Sam Crossley takes us behind the scenes of making Free Solo, which could win the Academy Award for best documentary.

Mary Anne Potts