Seth Andersen is a Colorado native who has been behind some sort of lens for the last decade. He got his first real camera job by agreeing to be the “trip photographer” for an African Expedition to build a school in Tanzania and climb Mount Kilimanjaro. He went for the adventure and came back addicted to the camera. Since then he has been doing a little bit of everything. He has worked as a ski photographer for Steamboat Ski Company and for Silver Mountain in Idaho. Summers he worked as a guide for a company called Trek America. Trek allowed him to journey across the U.S. and Canada with his camera in hand. Much of his work can still be seen in Trek’s brochures and ad campaigns. Seth has also spent a lot of time traveling and his portfolio contains images from far flung locations like the Middle East and Central America. Seth currently resides on the south end of the Roaring Fork Valley in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. He collaborates and conspires with many of the other valley photographers including outdoor sports and action master David Clifford, legendary rock and roll photographer Lynn Goldsmith, and a guru of everything taller than 14,000ft in Colorado, Derek Johnston.
The infamous Maroon Bells Traverse.