Shari Yee

Shari Yee

Shari is a Web Producer and Event Project Manager for all GrindMedia titles such as SURFER, Snowboarder, Skateboarder, Surfing, Powder, Bike, Canoe & Kayak, and SUP Magazines.

Author Archives: "Shari Yee"

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

06.12.2011 //

Cam Zink. Utah, USA.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

06.11.2011 //

Photographer: Sterling Lorence
Website: www.sterlinglorence.com

Sterling Lorence resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. His first photographs to make their way past Bike’s photo editor were back in 1997. Since then, his work has graced multiple covers and his photos have become synonymous with outstanding mountain bike photography. Sterling is proud to be one of the few photographers to spend all year shooting bikes, instead of disappearing “when the snow flakes fall.”

Photo of the Day: Anne Keller

06.10.2011 //

Julie Gamache. Mary’s Loop, Kokopelli, Fruita, CO.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

06.09.2011 //

Janne Tjärnström. Oppdal, Norway.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

06.08.2011 //

Dan Gronross. Gold Mint, AK.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

06.07.2011 //

Cam Zink. Green River, Utah.

Photo of the Day: Jordan Manley

06.06.2011 //

Photographer: Jordan Manley
Website: www.jordanmanley.com

Jordan Manley is a Vancouver-Whistler based ski and mountain bike photographer. At 26, he is a senior photographer for Powder and Bike magazines, and has travelled from Alaska to Antarctica photographing people on skis and bikes in the mountains. He is currently completing a Political Science degree at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

06.05.2011 //

Darren Berrecloth. Utah, USA.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

06.04.2011 //

Photographer: Sterling Lorence
Website: www.sterlinglorence.com

Sterling Lorence resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. His first photographs to make their way past Bike’s photo editor were back in 1997. Since then, his work has graced multiple covers and his photos have become synonymous with outstanding mountain bike photography. Sterling is proud to be one of the few photographers to spend all year shooting bikes, instead of disappearing “when the snow flakes fall.”

Photo of the Day: Anne Keller

06.03.2011 //

Candace Shadley and Julie Gamache. Mary’s Loop, Kokopelli, Fruita, CO.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

06.02.2011 //

Holger Meyer and Janne Tjärnström. San Vigilio, Italy.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

06.01.2011 //

Andreu Lacondeguy.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

05.31.2011 //

Cam Zink. Green River, Utah.

Photo of the Day: Jordan Manley

05.30.2011 //

Photographer: Jordan Manley
Website: www.jordanmanley.com

Jordan Manley is a Vancouver-Whistler based ski and mountain bike photographer. At 26, he is a senior photographer for Powder and Bike magazines, and has travelled from Alaska to Antarctica photographing people on skis and bikes in the mountains. He is currently completing a Political Science degree at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

05.29.2011 //

Tyler McCaul. Whistler, BC.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

05.28.2011 //

Photographer: Sterling Lorence
Website: www.sterlinglorence.com

Sterling Lorence resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. His first photographs to make their way past Bike’s photo editor were back in 1997. Since then, his work has graced multiple covers and his photos have become synonymous with outstanding mountain bike photography. Sterling is proud to be one of the few photographers to spend all year shooting bikes, instead of disappearing “when the snow flakes fall.”

Photo of the Day: Anne Keller

05.27.2011 //

Jen Zeuner. Joe’s Ridge, Bookcliffs, Fruita, CO.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

05.26.2011 //

Janne Tjärnström and Holger Meyer. San Vigilio, Italy.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

05.25.2011 //

Trond Hansen. Whistler, British Columbia.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

05.24.2011 //

Greg Watts. Santa Cruz, California.

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