Once upon a time someone wrote this about me, "Adam was born for this. The son of an architect and a hardened mountaineer, he has never heard of hard work because to him it’s just called work. Whether he's scaling a rock face, riding his bicycle across the country, or eating a peanut butter and banana sandwich, Adam makes sure to always keep things interesting. With an eye for design and a passion for storytelling burning with the intensity of a mid-August sun above a perforated ozone layer, Adam has dedicated his life to capturing extraordinary images on camera. His ability to strike a delicate balance between fine aesthetics and living life on the edge is what sets him apart. Some say his discipline and cultivated palette have created a monster; one that doesn't sleep, but rather closes its eyes and visualizes tomorrow’s success. One that starts its day off with a bowl of Wheaties and an extra helping of letsfuckingdothis."
I can neither confirm nor deny any of the aforementioned statements but I can offer that I fancy myself an outdoor storyteller that thinks everything tastes better after a long day in the backcountry. What's for dinner?
Renogy plays a huge role in helping me keep the dream alive! I live full time in a converted NYPD Surveillance van, and the Renogy solar panels that grace my roof keep my electronics happy and quenched with juicy sunshine. Living on the road can be tricky, and while I am willing to sacrifice things like a toilet and shower to call my own, I simply can't be without the ability to charge my cameras and power my video/photo editing station.
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Currently I'm sporting 4 100 watt monocrystalline panels, 2 of which are Eclipse models.
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