The First SUP Descent of Utah’s Escalante River

“This May, five adventurers pushed off below the bridge at Highway 12 in southern Utah to navigate a 100-mile stand-up paddleboard first descent on the Escalante River, which drains into Lake Powell. The gorge reached heights of more than 1,000 feet and greeted the crew with boulder-strewn whitewater."


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“As a photographer who specializes in adventure lifestyle, I live my specialty. Creative directors look to my personal experience for realistic scenes and scenarios, as well as unique locations. I’m an attentive director/photographer, who loves the pre-production creative process.”


Dylan H. Brown stumbled into his art. Thank goodness—his photos are ridiculous.

It was an accident, really. He never thought that snapping photos could be a job, much less a career. But Dylan H. Brown figured that figuring out photography beat grinding out a desk job. At 30 years old, Brown now specializes in capturing striking landscapes and our movement within them, as well as a foray into combining wilderness and fine art. It’s safe to say that, yeah, he’s figured it out.”