about Tristan is a Jackson, Wyoming-based adventure photographer. In 2007, he co-founded Teton Artlab, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and studio space that supports artists through internationally-acclaimed residency programs in one of the world's most unique landscapes, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Tristan is also a line producer and digital marketing contractor for The North Face. Two of his short films, "Two Nineteen Forty Four" and "Tiny Jackson Hole" have been Vimeo Staff Picks, and have been viewed several million times worldwide. His clients include: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Artlab, The North Face, Big-D Signature, Stio, Jansport, Mountain Khakis, Native Eyewear, Dynastar/Lange, Horizon Pictures, Green River Valley Land Trust, Injinji, Ski.com, Digital Bridge Communications/Alvarion, Teton Meadows Ranch, Jackson Hole Paragliding, Art Association of Jackson Hole, Rendezvous Mountain Rentals, Inn at Jackson Hole, Storm Show Studios, Bluesky Creative, Teton Village Association, Contemporary Forums, Front Street Productions, Link-Belt, Doppelmayr-CTEC and The Structure Group. Tristan's work has been published nationally and internationally in: Alpinist, Wired, SKI, Skiing, Powder, The Climbing Zine, Food & Wine, Freeskier, Expn.com, Skinet.com, The Ski Journal, Frequency: The Snowboarders' Journal, Jackson Hole Snowboarder, SBC Skier, Backcountry Magazine, Conde Nast, Science & Vie Junior, Financial Times/How to Spend It, USA Today, The Washington Post, Jackson Hole Magazine, The Ski Mag (Australia), Metro New York, and Ski Press. Also an occasional writer, Tristan's account of his first trip up El Cap is available for your reading pleasure at The Climbing Zine.