July 25th, 2011
July 5th, 2011
|© Grant Gunderson
This image of Prusik peak was from a catalogue shoot that Grant Gunderson did for Outdoor Research in the Enchantment’s portion of the Alpine Lake Wilderness in Washington. Gunderson says, “We don’t do your typical posed and set up catalogue shoots working with Outdoor Research. We always approach it with a more photojournalistic style on trips with people, who are not models, in remote locations. Not always the easiest thing to do when your backpacking with a full load of camera equipment plus your regular gear during long distances with lots of elevation, but the out come is always worth while.”
February 3rd, 2010
© Peter Kayafas. North Dakota, 2010.
Peter Kayafas spent several weeks during each of the past three summers driving through the plains of the American West. From Nebraska to Washington Kayafas logged over twelve thousand miles. His primary concern during these trips was the vestiges of abandoned structures. These ramshackle constructs—houses, churches, barns, out-houses—have been forsaken by the people who made use of them, yet they still survive. In Kayafas’s photographs we get a strong sense of their fortitude—their sturdy foundations and well-constructed bones are evident, even when they’re on their last legs, battered by the elements and done in by time. Kayafas’ exhibit, Totems, is on view at the Sasha Wolf Gallery until July 16, 2011.
-courtesy Sasha Wolf Gallery.
July 23rd, 2009
© All Photographs by Grant Gunderson. Bryce Phillips skiing powder at night under star trails in the Alta backcountry.
Grant Gunderson is a Mt. Baker Washington-based ski photographer. His work has appeared in magazines like Powder, Skiing, and Backcountry, and he is the photo editor of The Ski Journal.
© Annie Marie Musselman. Snowy Owl, 2007
This snowy owl traveled many miles from the Arctic and landed in Tacoma, Washington where she was found caught in a tree. She came to Sarvey with extensive wing damage. The wing was repaired using a pin to hold it together, she is now un releasable and is a current member of the Sarvey Wildlife Education Team that travels throughout Washington state showing the birds. (more…)