Going back to Colorado today for a Christmas vacation….hope to see some nice flurries and get some sweet turns! Photo courtesy of Aspen/Snowmass. 



Throwback BTS. That’s a mighty big crane!



Le Marais. 


Missing us some winter snow…hope Colorado gets some soon for the Holidays.


We had the pleasure of filming again with 24 Hours of Booty this year! It’s moving to hear the amazing stories of people dealing with Cancer. The organization is incredible and the event is a stellar time! Can’t wait for next year. 




A couple behind the scenes snaps from filming last weekend. We are putting together a story for Girls on the Run, such an amazing organization helping todays young girls. Pumped to see how it comes out! 



About 7 months ago we teamed up with a local criterium bike race in the Queen City. They centered the race around an area called NoDa or North Davidson. It’s such a cool and creative spot in Charlotte with rich arts and culture, a perfect place for a criterium bike race. The race was an incredible success and knocked it out of the park for the first year expectations. We amassed some serious footage and ideas and put together the below video.

The even bigger story here and the reason for this post is what the NoDa GP Directors did with the funds…they built two wells in Uganda through the non-profit Global H2o. I think they say it best on the impact and legacy of those wells: 

With the funds that were raised from the 2012 NoDa GP we were able to install a well for two schools in Kitgum, Uganda. This well will provide clean water for over 2000 kids and locals. The kids will no longer have to walk long distances to get water from unsanitary locations. This will improve the time that they are able to study and they will miss fewer school days from being sick.” 

This is the real and true success of the race this year and what makes us so proud and excited to be a part of telling it’s story. We for sure hope next year is even bigger and better, making that much more of a difference in Kitgum. Well done guys, here’s to 2013. 








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Awesome shots from Peter Taylor Photography!


Beautiful video and incredible story by Jacob Lewis and the Pioneers team. http://www.jacoblewis.tv and http://www.pioneers.org 


Had fun shooting this behind the scenes video with Peter Taylor, he is a fantastic photographer! Also was fun to meet pro golfer Webb Simpson, very down to earth, great guy. Crazy that within a few weeks of the shoot, he won the US Open…pretty awesome! Here is the video and the link to the blog post Peter put up about the shoot. 

Cheers, LS



The NoDa Grand Prix was the first Crit race we ever filmed and it was awesome. Though it was challenging at times…these riders were cranking it so hard it was tough to keep up with them and get the shots before they flew by!! The way they rode into some of those turns and straight stretches was incredible and makes you want to get outside, hop on a bike and charge it!

We are pumped to see it have such a great success on it’s inaugural year. It is such a great event, not only for the athletes and fans, but the community, neighborhood and the fantastic non-profits it supported as well. The SouthEast is growing when it comes to Crit racing and cycling in general and events like this and the others out there are changing the way people view cycling and racing. If you are anywhere near the Queen City or are thinking of passing through next Spring, come by April 14th, 2013, it will be a fun day of bikes, brews, racing and community in NoDa. http://nodagrandprix.org


We’re grateful to be able to capture this event and the epic stories and characters involved. Can’t wait to see what Push America does next! 

Through Push America’s Enabled Athlete Program, 22 athletes, both with and without disabilities, embarked on the first Apostle Islands Adventure. Over four days in July 2012, this team came together to show that through teamwork, disability is removed. 



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Little Tuesday photo action! Shout out to Colorado. 


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