Bears Ears National Monument became a reality at the end of 2016 after President Obama used the powers given to him by the Antiquities Act to protect this amazing area. Check out this video I created with Friends of Cedar Mesa to celebrate such a special place. Advertisements
I spent a day this week shooting up in the San Juan mountains today for a new National Geographic television program. Keeping the gear dry is a perpetual challenge but there’s nothing better than being in the backcountry during a snow storm taking pretty pictures. Here’s a couple BTS shots of the excursion.
This January I was lucky enough to head down to the Galapagos Islands to shoot a product video for OARS. Check out this short clip for some cool wildlife, geology and accommodation!
I shot this video with Alison and Toro to enter into the Land Is My contest to try and help raise some money for the Montezuma Land Conservancy. Hope you enjoy! Land is My Zen from Corey Robinson on Vimeo. You can vote for this video to win for a few more days at … More Land Is My Zen
This blog is copied and from what I wrote for the National Geographic Voices blog based on my trip to Standing Rock in September. You can find the original post here. Thousands of Native Americans have set up camp at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers in southern North Dakota to protest … More From the Front Lines of the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
Way behind on what’s been going on lately, so here’s a start! I had the privilege to go to Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge with the band River Whyless as part of Sustain Music and Nature’s Songscapes program. We had a blast exploring and I was super inspired by the talents and passion of these great … More River Whyless in Wyoming
Recently Utah’s state land management agency, SITLA, has stated they will try to sell a chunk of the amazing Comb Ridge to private hands. This hunk of land is a playground to the residents of Bluff and if sold would fracture the management of this amazing feature. I worked with Friends of Cedar Mesa to … More Comb For Sale
The next of the W4F videos has been posted. For this one I went to my old stomping grounds on the Salmon River in Idaho. I used to river guide for OARS and they were gracious enough to help tell the story of this amazing place. Hope you enjoy!
The first of the videos from the Young Explorer Grant funded Water Is for Fighting Project has been published. This one for High Country News. Let me know what you think!
This winter I spent some time with the Utah non-profit Friends of Cedar Mesa to create a video series about visiting archaeological sties respectfully. The Cedar Mesa area is home to thousands of archaeological resources and with visitation ever increasing (and a probable National Monument designation coming) education on how to preserve these places is … More Visit With Respect