• Proof Frontier Project: Lexis Taylor

    Proof Frontier Project: Lexis Taylor

    Pushing Through Comfort Zones “Hanging from the side of a giant rock wall is one of my favorite sensations. You just feel small and humble. It helps put life into perspective.”  The aspect of Lexis Taylor’s art that impresses us the most is the unspoken work behind every shot. We see the image of someone climbing a wall and are easily impressed, but those images tell a much deeper story. A story of people pushing boundaries. A story of people escaping the routine in search of the incredible. We live in such a busy world and admire those who break...

  • Proof Perspective: Music on the Water

    Proof Perspective: Music on the Water

    Few things encapsulate the best qualities of Boise culture than Music on the Water.  The 2-day music festival raised money for Make-A-Wish®, Idaho, and the energy of this even was intoxicating. Long before the festivities truly began, the warm morning echoed with the rhythm of runners' footfalls.  Each 5k participant was greeted with a medal, bottle of water, and access to the beer garden.  Already, the air was buzzing with excitement that would build throughout that night.  Band after band performed, each break in the line-up punctuated by the stories of Make-A-Wish® families who have been so touched by the organization. ...

  • Proof Frontier Project: Lindsay Stevens

    Proof Frontier Project: Lindsay Stevens

    Good Times & Sunshine If I could put my photography style into words, I’d call it: one part goofball, two parts sunshine. My images are largely influenced by my southern California roots and my obsession with surf culture. And the goofball part? That might be hard to spot in the images themselves, but you’ll notice laughter as a common theme. When I’m shooting, I like to keep it candid and fun. Put a camera up to my face, and the dad jokes and poor dance moves are sure to make an appearance. I embarrass myself; people laugh; and voila! An...

  • Proof Frontier Project: Austin Mollins & Jesse Lyon

    Proof Frontier Project: Austin Mollins & Jesse Lyon

    Lighthouse Park Austin Mollins & Jesse Lyon's journey began with the winding roads of North Vancouver; making their way to the entrance of Lighthouse Park. The Plan They decided to hit a small trail to the coast so they could catch the sunset and bask in the rare sighting of the sun. Austin knew Jesse loves the forest, so she anticipated spending more time there. "It's like putting a kid in a candy store" - Austin.  Time for the sunnies. "It's like a ritual when the sun comes out the sunnies come out with it" - Austin Off to the Lighthouse....

  • Proof Frontier Project: Kelly Price

    Proof Frontier Project: Kelly Price

    The Colorado Paint Mines Kelly Price and her husband, love any chance they can get to dream up a new adventure in their beautiful state of Colorado.  Originally from the Midwest, Kelly was hungry to get out in the Coloradan wilderness and explore. Eight years and one adventure buddy later- her husband and she set out on their recent adventure to the Paint Mines.  Frames: Challis  The Paint Mines are largely unknown to most Coloradans. To get to them you must drive East (away from the Rocky Mountains where people love to explore). They are nestled in the middle of...