Outdoor Research | Spring 21
Production: Bad State Productions Creative: Andrew Osborn, Kelsey Scott, Raheim Robinson Styling: Terumi Murao, Raheim Robinson Director of Photography: Thomas Woodson VHS Cam: Kelsey Scott Editor: Anna Burns Stills Photographer: Forest Woodward
ASICS | Sound Mind, Sound Body
Agency: United Entertainment Group Production: Kindly Productions Director: Isaac Johnston Director of Photography: Thomas Woodson Assistant Camera: Anna Burns Editor & Colorist: RJ Bruni
Maverick // Maven: The Story of a New All-Mountain Ski
City Limits || Pivot EVault
Launch Video for the 2021 Pivot EVault
TEMPO. Movements in Mountains.
Movements in Mountains is a conceptual exploration of the connections Kyle Richardson finds between his athletic pursuits in Boulder's Flatirons, and his background as a musician. Experienced through three short movements, Kyle performs a live score in a visceral interpretation of his expression in the hills.
Boundless / ROAM Media x GoRV
Lachlan Morton's Kokopelli Adventure
Seeking Steepness in Taiwan
Wildly steep climbs and endless miles of perfect pavement: this must be the place. Client: SRAM Production: Kate Powlison Director: Jamie Kripke DP: Thomas Woodson Edit: Kirk Horton
MSR 50th Anniversary Campaign
Client: Mountain Safety Research Campaign: 50th Anniversary Production: Thomas Woodson + Brendan Davis
Merrell Presents: Little Steps
Client: Merrell Production: Stept Studios
Can't Ski Vegas
High Altitude Lines. A Yeti Tribe Story.
55 Hours in Mexico: A Tribute to the Weekend Warrior
For those with 9 to 5 office jobs, the weekend is a source of freedom and balance. How adventurous can one get in a single weekend and 55 hours away from home? We headed to Mexico with our favorite working stiff Karl Thompson to explore the limits of the weekend warrior.
In the winter of 2014, three friends set out on a self supported ride, looking for nothing more than a truly genuine experience. The goal: to circumnavigate one of the most wonderful and wicked mountain ranges in the world – the Huayhuash, by bicycle.