Meet the crew:

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RC Cone

Director / Founder

RC moved from the flatlands to the big sky country when he was 18. Graduating from the University of Montana with a degree in Environmental Studies and a concentration in Photojournalism profoundly shaped his worldview and sense of aesthetic. Working with amazing companies such as Patagonia, Orvis and Howler Bros on a collection of adventure documentaries cemented RC’s love for outdoor cinema and the connections it creates. He and his camera have travelled around four continents and dream everyday of new adventures.

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Miles Nolte

Lead Writer

Miles was born and raised in Hawaii, went to college in L.A. and then lived in Southern Africa before eventually settling in Bozeman, Montana. Miles’ writing first appeared in The Drake magazine in 2005, for whom he continues to write and edit. His first book, The Alaska Chronicles, was published in 2009, and he has written the Angling Column for Gray’s Sporting Journal since 2010. His writing has also appeared in The Fly Fish Journal, American Angler, Fly Rod and Reel, and Stonefly Magazine.

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Zane Clampett

Cinematographer / Assistant Editor

Born and raised in New Mexico, Zane moved to Montana to pursue filmmaking: A recently graduated student from Montana State University, his passion for cinematography and editing are absolutely apparent in his work.

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Chris Kamman

Aerial Cinematographer

An award winning shooter that has spent a majority of his life in Big Sky, MT and has been filming in the mountains of Montana since 2003. After Graduating from the University of Montana and working extensively at Big Sky Resort as the head of video marketing, his deep knowledge of the mountains allows him to shoot in remote terrain. On top of that adventure he particularly enjoys shooting Montana’s lifestyle and wild places.

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Colter Olmstead

Post-Production Audio

Colter started his filmmaking career creating music videos for local Montana artists and his passion for film took him to Montana State University. With his growing love of film and eagerness to learn, Colter has worked on numerous short films and documentaries, focusing on location and post-production sound where he has been nominated for many of his works.