- December 17, 2017
Andrew Miller is an accomplished photographer, adventurer and creative director focusing most of his work in winter climates exploring and chasing storms usually with a snowboard under his feet. From the Andes, Alps, Interior B.C. to the West Fjords of Iceland and high peaks of the Himalayas his award winning images has taken him to remote mountain ranges across the globe while working with a vast range of clients and editorial titles worldwide. From the skin track, helipad to the resort lift and sled trail Andrew has been out there creating his work and quickly establishing himself as one of the most well-rounded photographers in the snow industry.
The seasonal switch always can bring a little mixed feelings. At first it can be hard to trade running shoes for winter boots, tee shirts for big jackets, and losing an hour of daylight doesn’t help the already short window for activities outside. In the High Sierra the transition from fall to winter can literally happen overnight. One day you’re trail running and the next day you’re putting skins on your splitboard for your first tour of the season. It’s not uncommon to see multiple feet of snow fall in twenty four hours. Our daily routine now revolves around condition reports, weather forecasts and the constant search for the next new area to explore and ride. Until spring there really is no looking back. Every month the snowpack gets deeper, your legs stronger and endurance builds, powering the passion to get outside everyday to chase that next adventure.
Chasing the light to stay warm on a chilly November day in the Eastern Sierra.
Crisp air, cold temps, empty trails and a storm on the horizon. Perfect combo for a good run!
Getting in one last run with the pups on your favorite trail before everything turns white for the next 6 months.
Putting the Jaybird RUN batteries to the test in cold windy temps.
With almost six feet of snow over two days the Eastern Sierra winter season is off to an early start.
When your go to summer single track turns into the your go to winter skin trail.
Early mornings and long days in the mountains with the new Jaybird RUN holding its own in the snowy conditions.
Classic Eastern Sierra color palette, a sign of good things to come!