5 Featured Clips
"Meet Gus Kenworthy: Telluride Kid, Olympic Medalist, Atomic Athlete, and Way More," Mountain Magazine, 11/2017. Gus Kenworthy was 14-years-old when his best friend and skiing partner, Hoot Brown, slipped beneath the snowcat.
"Treading Lightly on Sacred Land," Mountain Magazine, 04/2016. Exploring and protecting Utah’s Grand Gulch.
"Thankfully, Aaron Lee Tasjan Brings Glam to Fusty Americana" Denver Westword, 09/2017. Aaron Lee Tasjan brings glam sensibilities to Americana, talks microdosing on LSD, homophobia and renouncing earnestness.
“Make a Stab: Spearfishing for Striped Bass in New York Harbor,” Field & Stream, 09/2018. We head out to the murky waters just off the coast of New York City with one of the most respected spearfishermen in the region.
"Study: Researchers Pioneer a Quicker and More Effective Method of Detecting CWD" Field & Stream, 07/2018. The early detection of chronic wasting disease can lead to more successful wildlife management—and a better future for big-game hunting.
Selected Clips sorted by subject:
The Outdoors &
“South Carolina Captain Lands Seven Great White Sharks in One Day,” Outdoor Life, 02/2019. A great white feeding frenzy ensued off the coast of South Carolina.
“5 Great Tailwaters to Fish as Temperatures Drop, Field & Stream, 12/2018. Where to find the best trout fishing in North America when the days get shorter and there’s snow on the ground.
"Cheers to Conservation!" Field & Stream, 08/2018. These five breweries make significant contributions to conservation—not to mention really great beer
"9 Easily Avoidable Mistakes Beginner Fly Anglers Make" Outdoor Life, 07/2018. Skip the slip ups most new anglers make, and you’ll be landing fish in no time
"5 Threatened National Monuments to Backpack While You Still Can," Backpacker Magazine, 08/2017. The federal government is considering changes to national monuments around the country. Hike these trails to get a ground-level view of what's at stake.
"Tossing Flies in the San Miguel," Telluride Magazine, 09/2017. Fly fishing can be one of the most challenging–but rewarding–activities in the area.
"Ani Yahzid Brings Diversity to the Outdoors," Reverberations Mag, 06/2017. This young filmmaker seeks to bring hip-hop and the outdoors into conversation.
"Day Hike: Beyond Bridal Veil Falls," Mountain Magazine, 09/2015. Looking past Telluride’s most famous natural wonder.
"Biking Norwood's Thunder Trails," Telluride Magazine, 06/2017. Mountain biking in a cow town.
The Arts & Music
“Don’t Hit Snooze on this Denver Band: Overslept,” Denver Westword, 12/2018.
“Elephant Revival and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Members Unite for Democracy” Denver Westword, 10/2018.
"Elephant Revival Is Preparing to Say Goodbye" Denver Westword, 05/2018.
"Canadian Pop Star Lights Merges Comic Art With New Album" Denver Westword, 02/2018.
"Avenhart Refuses to Choose Between Wilderness and City Life" Denver Westword, 02/2018.
"Television Generation's New Album Rails Against Gentrification," Denver Westword, 01/2018.
"Denver Musicians Throw Benefit for Undocumented Immigrants," Denver Westword, 09/2017.
"Vagabonds Slide into Telluride," The Watch, 08/2017. Davina Sowers knows how to scrap.
"Country Songwriter John Moreland Cuts the Bullshit," Denver Westword, 08/2017.
"Compassionate Music: Dar Williams," Reverberations Mag, 08/2017. Acclaimed Folk-Singer Dar Williams on the function of art, songwriting, Sylvia Plath, and rebuilding community.
"Bluegrass Bands Rally for Musician Injured at Cherry Creek Reservoir," Denver Westword, 10/2017.
"Lost in the Wildermiss with Denver's Rising Indie-Pop Foursome," Denver Westword, 10/2017.
"Start Me Up" Telluride Daily Planet. 07/2017. Local entrepreneurs navigate legal immigration laws.
"Living Vividly: David Klingensmith has traveled the world throughout his highly successful career in banking," FVS Alumni Bulletin, 12/2017.
"The Colorado-born Chameleon of Culture," FVS Alumni Bulletin, 12/2017.
"No Girls Allowed: Andrus Field Historically Excludes Women," Wesleyan Argus, 03/2016. Sports and gender intersect in the center of campus.
"Andrus Field 1831–1911: Athletics and the Environment," ConnecticutHistory.org. Anrdus Field originated from a radical shift in the way that Americans related to the environment.
"28 Students Respond to Donald Trump’s Election," The Nation, 11/2016.