Pete Alport Photography


Waking up early is a gift. Sleeping in is a bigger gift for me because I rarely do it; I average around five to six hours of sleep. I'm reading a book titled "Why we sleep," I'm about half way through and I should probably sleep more. Until the time comes when I sleep more, images like you see here will hopefully keep coming: Johnny, Alex, and Teddy split boarding to a jump zone in the early morning hours. All of the images you see have a special place in my heart and each one has a unique story. The story of this image? It was the first jump we built for a movie I made titled "Low Pressure," an all Oregon backcountry snowboarding film with talents provided by "blue collar athletes," not sponsored ones, it hits home; available on iTunes.

The image you see is great for office spaces, restaurants, health care, any retail space with a wall. My clients who purchase photos with people in them all say the same thing, "having someone in the photo allows the viewer to imagine its them, being right there, transporting their being from wherever they are to what they see in the image." Discounts available based on quantity. Please email me for custom sizes.

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