Learn how to break into lifestyle and adventure sports photography from one of today’s best working outdoor photographers. Lucas Gilman — whose lengthy client list includes Red Bull, National Geographic, Patagonia, ESPN, and Maxim — will teach you how to get your first big break in this competitive category. You will learn how to hone your style, build a portfolio, and separate yourself from your competition using technology. Last but not least, Lucas will show you exactly what gear you need to make sure to throw in your bag.
- Access 1 1-hour lecture 24/7
- Break into lifestyle & adventure sports photography
- Cover everything you need to know to separate yourself from the competition
Lucas Gilman is one of the leading adventure photographers and filmmakers in the industry. His powerful and incisive images run in top publications & advertisements worldwide. A love of adventure and an addiction to color creates his distinct style of photography and filmmaking. Lucas documents subjects ranging from expedition kayaking in India and Costa Rica, Surfing in Brazil to backcountry skiing in Colorado, Alaska and South America. He has covered international events such as the Tour De France, Kentucky Derby, ESPN X-GAMES, IRONMAN®, NFL Playoffs, and Open Water Swimming in Australia.
Lucas regularly works with editorial and advertising clients that span the globe including: National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, ESPN.com, Men’s Journal and Outside Magazine. His commercial clients include: Manfrotto, Nikon, SanDisk®, Land Rover®, Red Bull, G-Techology, Garmin™ and GORE-TEX®
Lucas was featured on the NBC TODAY Show and MSNBC for documenting the 2nd largest waterfall ever successfully descended in a kayak. He also appeared as a guest on Good Morning America telling his story of documenting the first successful descent of Abiqua Falls in central Oregon. CNN also profiled Lucas during primetime and highlighted his Abiqua Falls video footage and behind the scenes work.
Lucas was a finalist in the 2010 & 2013 Red Bull Illume worldwide photography competition which saw more than 32,000 images submitted.