Adam Clark shares with Unofficial Networks a hand pick collection of his favorite photos from the past few years. Photos range from Seth Morrison skiing "Morrison Hotel" in Bella Coola, BC Canada, to Ingrid Backstrom in Valle Nevado, Chile. Adam Clark – Photographers Favorites: Photo Gallery | Unofficial Networks

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Adam Clark shares with Unofficial Networks a hand pick collection of his favorite photos from the past few years. Photos range from Seth Morrison skiing “Morrison Hotel” in Bella Coola, BC Canada to Ingrid Backstrom in Valle Nevado, Chile. In this photo Bryce Phillips enjoying perfect pow on Tomohawk peak, Haines Alaska.

Bryce Phillips: Haines, Alaska This is one of my favorites because it was part of a 4 day freeski session with friends. I got some sweet shots along the way, but mostly just skied. Tomohawk is a classic line, named after some of the originial descents ended in long Tomohawks. Gordy Peifer was one of the first.


Andrew McClean: getting ready to ski an iceberg, for sure one of the coolest things I have ever shot. This was the last day shooting after two weeks in Antarctica. I couldn’t think of a better way to finish the trip

Carlo Travarelli: Alta, Utah
Epic pow, a little light in the middle of a storm, snow everywhere.

Ingrid Backstrom: Valle Nevado, Chile
This is the heli terrain for Valle Nevado and its amazing, it reminds me of Valdez, huge Ramps and lots of vertical. You can land at 14000 feet here, the pilot has oxygen in his helmet and the heli has cool bugs painted on it.

Jeremy Nobis: Tulsequah, BC Canada
TQH is an old mining camp turned heli destination. I shot this out of the heli with TGR. The zone is called hugs, because Victoria Jealouse was the first to ski it and gave everybody a hug after.

Jeremy Nobis: Haines, Alaska
Another oldy but goody a perfect day in Haines with low avi conditions so we could shoot on-slope.

Kye Peterson: Last Frontier Heli, Stewart BC Canada
A flat grey OK pow day when you think its going to be hard to get a good shot. I got lucky with focus on this shot.

Marcus Waring: Denali, Alaska
This was the last day at base camp after 26 days on the mountain. One of the coolest trips of my life and one of the luckiest. Lots of sun, warm temperatures (for Denali), great snow and good friends. I met Marcus hiking up, the rest of my crew was just hanging out. Marcus was also hiking up for a few pow turns just above the base camp. This is one of my favorite shots with Foraker in the background and gnarly storm coming in.

Robb Gaffney: Squaw Valley, CA
I had an amzing day filming with Rob and Scott, I haven’t spent many days at Squaw so most of it is new to me and getting the stories from those two made it a truly memorable day. Rob still shreds the shit out of the mountain.

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa: Tulsequah, BC Canada
Same day as the nobis shot, this is one of Sage’s first legit spine runs, he had a few in Valdez the year before. Just a really epic session.

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa: Girdwood, Alaska
Sage getting ready to drop in, great light, finding the spot between huge cornices, this spot has become a staple in a lot of films the last few years. TGR filmed it awhile ago and we thought it was big deal, now its a client run for Chugach Powder Guides really good skiers. Its awesome that the sport continues to progress.

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa: Girdwood, Alaska
Shot on a Febuary trip, I love this shot because it looks so shreddable and AK fantasy. One of my favorite shots thats never been published.

Seth Morrison: Bella Coola, BC Canada
My first “big” trip, totally out my league, had no idea what I was doing, spent all my money plus my credit card limit, had one day of blue. This line is called Morrison Hotel, I think its become a classic for Bella Coola. Sure glad I went on that trip…

Check out more of Adam’s photos on his website adamclarkphoto.com

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