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Brian Walker

Brian Walker

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Name: Brian Walker




Hometown: South Lake Tahoe, CA

Resides: South Lake Tahoe, CA

Career Highlight #1: Lead Photographer for Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort

Career Highlight #2: 2 Page Spread in Nevada Magazine

Career Highlight #3: Best Edit Award for Kirkwood Deep Connection

Career Highlight #4: 6 publications in Skiing and Snowboarding Magazines

Career Highlight #5: Ambassador for The North Face, LifeProof, Nature's Bakery, Seirus, SAXX, and now BlackRapid

Bio: I am a 26 year old action, adventure and wedding photographer/videographer from Lake Tahoe, CA. Photography has been a passion of mine since I was little and I have always enjoyed being behind the lens. The freedom it allows and the ability to express myself through my images is why photography is such a large passion of mine. This is why I've dedicated so much of my time to making photography my profession.

BlackRapid product of choice: Double Breathe

Favorite place on earth? Home a.k.a. Lake Tahoe, CA

What was your first camera and your current camera? First Camera was my dad's fuji point and shoot. Currently I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III, Sony A7RI, Canon 7D and Phantom 3 Professional

Who is your photography idol/hero/inspiration? My inspirations for photography are Chris Burkard, Jimmy Chin, Corey Rich, and Max Rive. My goal is to some day be an inspiration for others as well through my photographic work.

What do you do when you're not snapping pics? When I am not shooting photos I am outside participating in all of the activities I shoot. Most of the time I'll be on the slopes skiing or out on the water.

What is your dream photoshoot? To many dream shoot ideas to list. Definitely a couple of dream shots that I have gotte, but there are plenty more on the way.

How do you "Live The Moment"? I "Live The Moment" by never taking life for granted and by trying to explore and capture as much as I possibly can. The biggest thing I try to remind my self is to put the camera down and enjoy the little moments.