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New Film, A Walk On Mars

December 2, 2012

Ever wonder what it would be like to walk on Mars, Well this is about as close as you might get, new video on our Silverline Films Vimeo page. Check it out. Read the full story Here.   A Walk On Mars from Silverline Films on Vimeo.

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Hiking on Mars

October 27, 2012

Like a planet from a distant solar system, the multi colored spires rose up on all sides of us. There was no one else, just our truck, bouncing along the dusty gravel road, in the bottom of the canyon that seemed to grow bigger with every turn. The air was still, in the cool afternoon, […]

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The Minimalist Runner

August 7, 2012

When I hear the word “Running” used, there seems to be three main viewpoints. – The first cannot stand the activity, the word, or even the thought of participating in such a thing. – The second does participate, but only on a limited scale. They feel the need to do their share of running to […]

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E.P.I.C Adventures

August 1, 2012

When I was a young boy growing up in Idaho, I felt like I had quite an adventurous life. I spent most of my time in the outdoors, running around with bare feet, donned in camo to hide from bugs and insects that were the object of my pursuit. I always had creatures in cages, […]

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Alaska, Coming Home

July 27, 2012

There is a feeling of returning, that is hard to match. It comes when an arrival occurs at a town, location, or building that holds a certain place in ones heart that was built on by memories, time, or work. It’s the feeling one gets when walking into grandmas house, full of warmth, love, and […]

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Frozen 50k, Ultra Trail Run

July 2, 2012

As a faint light began to manifest itself upon the horizon, headlights were affixed, running shoes tightened, and water bottles topped off. It was a chilly morning in January at Wilson Creek, with every breath creating a mini sauna in front of the many faces. They waited with anticipation on the starting line, as the […]

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Unbreakable by Bear Jaws

April 18, 2012

There are many things in this world that are strong and powerful. But more specifically, there are certain animals that have an amazingly strong bite. Statistically, the Tasmanian devil has the strongest bite to size ratio. Others on the list include the Alligator, the Grey wolf, and the Hyena. Number 8 on the list is […]

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Wedding on the Runway

March 4, 2012

Weddings are a big deal, so big that it is a huge industry for many people. From Photographers to Caterers, from DJ’s to Florists, there are many companies that have a primary target of people getting married. When you have a target market that is constantly in need of your services, it can lead to […]

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App-titude

February 24, 2012

“Capability; ability; innate or acquired capacity for something.” (Dictionary.com) Aptitude may not be a word commonly used, but I thought it was an interesting title for a blog about none other but Apps. More specifically, iPhone Apps. Since they give us a capacity for things that would be otherwise difficult to do. Although I am […]

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WWAMI

January 16, 2012

Although it sounds like a karate punch in a video game, WWAMI actually stands for Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho. 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of the WWAMI regional medical education program, an enduring partnership between the University of Washington School of Medicine and the states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho that […]

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Life Plan

January 1, 2012

So it’s that time of year, January 1st, when we all start working on our new years resolutions and sign up for gym memberships to work off the extra holiday pounds. Usually we all want to make a big change in our lives, to be different than before and have a fresh start. Now I […]

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Alaska Conyoneering

December 4, 2011

The rope was pulled taught, as I leaned back over the edge, becoming nearly horizontal, before beginning the descent. The air was warm, but the spray coming from the roaring waterfall beside me was enough to drop the temperature, had it not been for my pounding heart keeping the blood flowing. The force of the […]

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Thankful for Tannerite

November 24, 2011

It’s that day of the year again, A glorious holiday. Many people are off work, we watch parades and football, eat over our limit of food. And then we wrap it all up with what we are thankful for. Now some people may just stick to the food and football and call it good, but […]

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New York, New York

November 12, 2011

Honking taxi cabs, an aroma of hot dogs wafting through the air, all eyes of new comers gazing up. It’s the Big Apple, New York City. It’s the city that never sleeps. And why is that you wonder? I would say it is because of the vast amounts of things to-do, to-see, to experience. The […]

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Skinny Love

November 1, 2011

How many times have you finished watching a movie, maybe it was grand, epic, and moving, or maybe it just made you laugh, or cry. But you got to the end thinking, what would it be like to be a part of it. Or maybe you thought you would like to create something similar. Or […]

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Rise Above The Tops of Mountains

October 25, 2011

The rain falls, but with an icy chill forming rather than a refreshing. The air hangs in tension, with signs of snow on every corner. Mountain tops putting on winter caps of crystallized h2o. The wind packs a stronger punch, with temperature dropping force that cuts deeply. Birds are becoming scarce, heading for lower 48 […]

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The Art of FLIGHT

October 19, 2011

On September 7th 2011, the world of snowboarding films changed. It was on that date that The Art of FLIGHT with Travis Rice, premiered in New York City. Now don’t get me wrong, Warren Miller has been making some amazing films for many years, and there has been plenty of videos out there featuring top […]

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The East Boise Water Mystery

October 15, 2011

Recently there has been a unique mystery occurring in East Boise, which is leaving experts scratching their heads as to what is causing several houses on Minuteman Way to have flooded yards and crawlspaces. Well, Doug Ness, Owner and founder of Ness LLC, sheds some light on this mystery in the following video. Dealing with […]

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Appreciate

October 4, 2011

As soon as you are around something for a long period of time, you begin to get accustomed to it, and thus begin to lose the wonder and awe that you may have felt at the beginning. Well that is what I had begun to feel after living in Alaska for several years. Although my […]

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The Lantzer Wedding

September 24, 2011

Several weeks ago, I had the privilege of shooting a wedding. But it wasn’t just any wedding, it was a wedding of a really good friend, which makes it so exciting. This video is of Eric and Alicia Lantzer’s wedding that took place in Puyallup Washington. It was shot with 3 cameras. The Canon 7D, […]

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