We’re once again in the midst of NCAA March Madness and, as the tournament draws to a close tonight and Monday in Indianapolis, I’m joining back up with my former colleagues at NCAA Photos and be courtside for my 15th Final Four alongside my friend and mentor Rich Clarkson.
Clarkson is a living legend of […]
To kick off a fairly cycling-centric week for me, on the eve of heading to Mammoth for Cam Zink’s world record 100ft MTB Monster Backflip attempt, I put on my editors hat and spent the last few days, with the help of many great friends in the cycling […]
Had a fun shoot for Red Bull last weekend, the Wings for Life World Run in Denver. Since the global world run included events in 35 different countries, all starting at the exact same time, our shoot included a 2:45am call time and 4am race start. […]
Very happy to announce that Wilhelm Visual Works is a proud new member of 1% For The Planet, pledged to contribute at least one percent of annual revenues to qualified nonprofit partners committed to creating a healthy planet.
As an environmental science graduate that years ago somewhat accidentally derailed into a wonderful career in […]
I’ve joined Protect Our Winters and set up an annual donation to help support this great climate advocate and rider-driven alliance, founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones. While the work of the foundation spans the seasons, the central ethos is linked directly to one of my favorite times of the year […]
Looking back on a transformative 2013, I’ve cherished fully embracing adventure and action sports, rediscovered a love for the mountains I call home, and rekindled a passion for the outdoors, the environment, and photography in general. With that, the impetus to move out on my own and launch Wilhelm Visual […]
The boys over at Camp 4 Collective continue to astonish me with their storytelling, creativity and execution. Layer on top that they’re pulling it all together on a laptop in a tent at 6,000m on the roof of Nepal and transmitting from a sat phone and they truly stand alone. Check out the […]
File this under “wish I’d thought of that”, Dag Soderberg recently left a creative director post to release a version of the Bible, illustrated (and thus interpreted) with modern stock (read abstract) photography. I’m not a religious person by any means, but a chance to lend your influence to easily the world’s most well […]
In the last 15 years, laptops and the internet have fueled a new generation of freelancers, telecommuters and entrepreneurs. Many have turned to home offices, cafes and occasionally, executive suites, while they hammer away at the next Google, the next Amazon or the next TiVo. While most love the freedom and flexibility of being on […]
Being in the image business, I’m always keeping an eye out for cutting edge work and spend a lot of time looking at other photographers’ work and new commercial campaigns coming down the pipe. Often the most breathtaking work is met with a “How’d they do that!?!?!” and the answer in reality is quite often […]
I’m not one for urban living, I’d be left longing for greenspace that urban centers always have in short supply. But even where space is not at a premium, I wish the thrust of today’s architecture more often focused where modern design intersects with efficient use of space, and smart.space by design firm
Adam Kalkin’s Quik House format has been adapted by Illy Cafe as a temporary installation, the Illy Cafe Push Button House, in NYC’s Time Warner Center for the month of December. Formed from recycled shipping containers, modified to serve a higher purpose (hence “upcycling”), the one-off installation transforms at a push […]
Welcome to the FLOWmarket, a conceptual store created by Mads Hagstroem. The FLOWmarket was created to showcase “scarcity goods, imbalances in the 3 FLOW dimensions (individual, collective and environmental flows) transformed in to physical products.” Sound weird? It is, but it’s also thought-provoking and the exhibit as a whole is rather fetching. The […]
I read a lot of magazines, probably too many. To the point that it’s a separate line on my Schedule C. I really enjoy British mags, there’s something about British writing that is far superior to their American counterparts. Maybe it’s the slightly wider world view, not being the world’s 500 pound gorilla. I happened […]
excerpted from Arena Magazine, penned by Andrew Mueller
“It would be a worthwhile, and overdue, maneuver for people to disdain most things they’re encouraged to regard as fun, and experiment instead with such disregarded virtues as probity, courtesy and application. It might actually make them happy.
For the wretched reality of the hedonist, invariably, is […]
I like Denmark. I like Scandinavia in general. (full disclosure: I’ve never spent a winter there, that might temper my affection) I’ll probably end up writing a lot about scandinavian design. I was in CPH this summer and stopped in on Hotel Fox for a few days. They gave 60 young artists complete […]
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