Yearly Archives: 2012

An excerpt from my latest book with PeachPit, Exposed: Inside the Life and Images of a Pro Photographer, was published in the Fall 2012 issue of the ASMP Bulletin. The excerpt is from a chapter on the Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race and some of the trials and tribulations that I experienced while covering that race. […]

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A few weeks ago I gave a talk at Google as part of their Authors@Google program. I gave an hour long talk on my work and discussed the realities of working as a professional adventure sports photographer, as well as telling some stories about specific assignments. The talk dovetailed with my new book Exposed: Inside the Life […]

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I am honored to be speaking at Google tomorrow afternoon. I will be speaking as part of the Authors@Google program about my latest book Exposed: Inside the Life and Images of a Pro Photographer. This talk will be an in-house presentation that is recorded and then posted to YouTube in a few weeks. Stay tuned […]

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An excerpt from my latest book with PeachPit, Exposed: Inside the Life and Images of a Pro Photographer, was published in the Fall 2012 issue of PDNEDU. The excerpt talks about a surfing image that was shot the day before the 2009/2010 Quicksilver in Memory of Eddie Eikau big wave surfing competition. The article details […]

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My thanks to Outdoor Photography Magazine , and specifically to Jemima Graves, for doing a review of my book in the October issue of their magazine. Here is the review: “Clark’s third book is an in-depth look at the experiences of a pro photographer. You won’t find many romanticized descriptions or misty eyed anecdotes; instead […]

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A little over two years ago I met up with Pete Hill, who at that point was the Senior Product Designer for Lowepro. During our meeting he asked me, “What product are we not making that you would like to see?” It wasn’t an easy question to answer since LowePro makes more styles of camera […]

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