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HBO Real sports with Bryant Gumbel
Erik Weihenmayer reveals his motivations in taking on as immense and challenging a task as kayaking the Colorado River from Lee's Ferry to Pearce Ferry, the entire length of the Grand Canyon, in this HBO Real Sports feature.
Premiered: May 19, 2015 on HBO
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Q Media Featured on Premiere Pro CC 2015
With the recent release of Adobe's Creative Cloud 2015 software suite comes a host of new splash images; one of Q Media's images of Artist / Athlete Jeremy Collins perched before the summit of Acopán in Venezuela is now featured as the splash image for Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Mile for mile on crowdrise
With over 50% of the fundraising goal met, to date, Conservacion Patagonica and Q Media are encouraging you to visit their Crowdrise page and show your support for the preservation of our greatest natural resources. Proceeds from the campaign will support infrastructure and trail systems within the Patagonia Park in the Aysen region of Chile. Click the image below to visit and make your contribution.
DRAWN - THE ART OF ASCENT
Jeremy Collins' newest book featuring James Q Martin's photographs. Following unparalleled debuts in Portland and Seattle, Drawn was featured at Carbondale's 5Point Film Festival where is received the Creative Excellence award. Pre-order the book and see there you can catch Jeremy and Q at jercollims.com. Follow James and Jeremy on Instagram for more.
DRAWN - THE ART OF ASCENT: SEATTLE & PORTLAND PREMIERES
Presented by KEEN
BANFF Mountain Film Festival : World Tour
Catch DRAWN: the Film on BANFF Mountain Film Festival's World Tour 2014 - 2015
KEEN Instagram Takeover with Jeremy Collins
CNN: Kayaking Blind ft. Eric Weihenmayer
"This project with Eric has been one of the most inspirational to me. His determination to help others overcome their personal obstacles and live a life with No Barriers has already begun to change the world. I'm honored to be apart of the team!" -Q
“My love for photography was born from time spent in remote areas,” Martin says. “It might be on a dusty, dirt trail in Guatemala where I met a small family living off the grid or from a lofty perch in Zion. It’s those experiences that made me want to be a photographer and it’s those interactions with people and places that fuel me to be creative.” -Q