Thursday, May 1, 2008

May 7. Farewell.

Hello people. I'm sorry for the lack of updates lately. It's been kinda crazy. At first this whole blog thing was a novel idea, but lately, I've been just a little too busy to update it. When I do post now it feels a little too much like "spray" ( I don't like to be that guy :-) and above all there have been a few posts that have had negative impacts on what I do. Oops! So, I'm choosing to ditch this particular site for a more professional website, which I will launch after the summer, where I can display my best images and offer updates of my travels. Thanks for tagging along with me the last couple years!

Starting June 1st I'll be keeping a Pro Blog on as well as writing a Roadkill Column for the mag on being a traveling climbing photographer.

What a wild ride it has been the last 6 months. I guess it is true that you can achieve what ever you want as long as your willing to grind it out, study your ass off, work hard, and be willing to sacrifice it all for the sake.

I'm here in Boulder finishing off a few projects and then I'll be up in Vail the first week of June shooting the Teva Mountain Games and The Bouldering World Cup. Pretty psyched. On June 10th I'm leaving the US for South Africa's Rocklands with a wonderful crew of athletes and will be back by August 1st to catch my hommie Keller Williams at the Fox Theater!

RMH is coming...

Cheers! -Andy Mann


sock hands said...

dood, do NOT sacrifice it all for the sake... that shit doesn't even taste good. if you're going to turn to the bottle, make it at least real wine of some sort.

Anonymous said...

dude don't leave, this blog has been the coolest thing ever.

chuffer said...


I guess you gotta do what you gotta do, but that doesn't mean we have to like it.

wade david said...

I know my comment wasn't a negative attack on your blog, I was clearly pointing out the obvious, sometimes my bluntness can get to people.

Dropknee said...

Thanks Wade, but "comment bluntness" has little effect on me. I'm psyched to keep up the blogging, however, it will just be on Climbing's website for now and on a little better website in the near future.