Introducing the new http://julianbialowas.com! It took me a couple years, but I finally have (just about) all my projects, commissioned shoots and published work in one place!
Photos from Iceland. See more, and read a recap of the trip on my Exposure post here.
The next time you’re planning a trip leave the guide books behind, forget the weeks of over excessive planning—just pick a place on the map and go. That’s how we found ourselves in the backcountry of Desolation Wilderness earlier this month.
It all started on a typical Friday evening: Wrapping up those last few emails, making final tweaks to photoshop documents, grabbing a beer out of the office fridge. That’s when the text message showed up: “Mountains tomorrow?”
A handful of texts later and we had a plan: Leave the bay around 7am Saturday morning and head towards the Echo Lake trailhead in Desolation Wilderness. Backpacks were packed late that night after returning home from drinks and a few hours of sleep were squeezed in.
We ended up six miles into the backcountry of Desolation Wilderness at Lake Aloha.
That’s all it took: Set forth. Adventures await.
Photos from the Four in Four project.
The idea for Four in Four was to document a trip across four states in four days where we would explore as much of the American Southwest as possible.
We decided to create Four in Four for one simple reason: To inspire others to get outside and truly experience the outdoors. To turn curiosities into obsessions. Outings into nighters. Pastimes into passions. To hopefully spark a sense of adventure in others.
See all the photos here.
Photos from road tripping around Oregon last weekend. See more on Instagram.
Highlights of July: From the Canadian Rockies to Yosemite and everywhere in between. See more, on instagram.
A few iPhone photos from my shoot for VSCO x Levi’s “Go To Work” collaboration. See them all on my Instagram.
Collect moments, not things.
The study of water II
The study of water I