Friday, October 16, 2009

American Fork Canyon

I was sent up into American Fork Canyon this afternoon to shoot some frames of the Forest Service building a new trail. Utah always surprises me how beautiful it is, even though I should be used to it by now. I hope I never get used to it. On a side note, after hanging out with these guys, I kind of want to grow a gnarly beard and join the Forest Service to build trails in remote areas or fight wildfires in Alaska. Maybe that will be my next internship...

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James Roh is a photojournalist based out of Salt Lake City, Utah with a passion for story telling and outdoor photography. He is currently a staff photographer at the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah where he documents daily life in Utah County. When not on assignment, James can be found out wandering around in the mountains sniffing out the best powder stashes, single track, and hiking trails in Utah. With a Bachelor of Science in Photojournalism degree from Ohio University, James specializes in documentary photography but is capable of all photographic styles including weddings, portraiture, lifestyle, commercial, editorial, and event coverage. He is available for freelance work throughout the American west. For all inquiries please feel free to contact him at James @ or directly at +1.614.425.1240.