We first became acquainted with the Salmon Sisters via Instagram when we stumbled onto their profile through mutual friends. We've been big fans of these two amazing women and their brand ever since. Sisters Claire and Emma Teal are from a fishing family in Alaska and their childhood revolved around the fishing season. After attending university on the East Coast, the sisters returned home to help build their family's fishing business and promote awareness for sustainable fisheries. From these shared goals they created Salmon Sisters. Keep reading to learn more about their idyllic childhood in remote Alaska and how Salmon Sisters is striving to make a difference while celebrating a valuable culture.
Brody is one of the most energetic people I've come to know. His enthusiasm for what he does and his passion for living life to the fullest is infectious. Not only is he a professional skier, Brody also dedicates his time and efforts to education and activism in relation to our environment and avalanches. Through guest speaking engagements, he shares his own incredible mountain experiences to inspire growth, change and passion. We chatted with Brody to learn more about what he's been up to, and what inspired his passion for the outdoors.
Photo by Ali Vagnini
Amanda Ciesielczyk and Adrian Goad are not only partners in business with their PR agency BoldBrew, they're also partners in life... a life spent on the trail, angling, and taking conference calls on the slopes. In line with Amanda and Adrian's commitment to the outdoors, BoldBrew focuses on creating meaningful work and relationships with outdoor-focused brands like Western Rise and EPIC bar. We catch up with them to talk about starting their own agency and why it's important to make room for nature.
As a photographer and environmentalist, Meg Haywood-Sullivan has traveled across the country more times than she can count, been flown in helicopters in search of deep snow, and ridden a horse amongst a herd of wild elk - all the while capturing her stunning surroundings with her skilled eye behind the camera lens. Often traveling with her boyfriend Charles Post, who is an ecologist and fellow environmentalist and photographer, Meg and Charles are always in search of new environments and cultures to study and photograph. We were lucky to chat with Meg in-between adventures to discuss what brought her into the world of photography, how she uses social media, and what keeps her thrilled about what she does.
I first discovered photographer Emily Maye when I saw her work in Tracksmith's first lookbook. Not only were the compositions beautiful, but the way she shot her subjects - the athletes - was incredible. These were not glamorous photos of effortless athleticism. Emily had captured the real physical and emotional effort of sport, in all its glory and pain. She has broad and impressive portfolio of commercial work for brands like Trek and Rapha and touring with athletes with events like the Tour de France. I'm so thrilled to have had the opportunity to chat with her about her work and what draws her to the world of sport.