Darren Berrecloth—Hanksville, Utah (2003): We were filming a Utah segment for the
movie The Collective. Darren Berrecloth is one of the all-time most progressive big-moun-tain freeriders, and he is always looking for unique ways to ride down the mountains.
Here he was riding a triple-stepdown line that I was struggling to find a good angle on.
When I came over to this side of the mesa, I saw the nice shadow lines forming and then
was jaw-dropped as I saw the moon rising in the distance. I quickly alarmed the crew and
Darren to hurry before it got too high. I was able to position it nicely over the spire to dot
the “i” and create some unique flow to this awesome line by Darren.
Casey Brown—Madeira, Portugal (2016): We were on a Trek photo shoot exploring
the future site of an Enduro World Series (EWS) race. Casey is an EWS racer and shreds
the terrain so well. Madeira is a Portuguese island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of
Africa. Incredible views exist off most of the trails.
Matt Hunter boots
a road-gap step-down in Kamloops,
B.C. (2008): I was
on assignment for
Shimano for a series
of Saint advertisements. They wanted
dramatic, big action,
so I got out the
strobes to enhance
the dust and cliff face.