Synopsis: An inspirational short film that follows a young woman with one hand through her journey of overcoming self-limiting beliefs and attending the paraclimbing world championships.
This film breaks the mold of what an athlete is. Especially an adventure athlete. After following Kaitlin through her journey, I hope more people take to the walls, or simply get outside, because that’s what adventure is all about, an adventure for all.
Dylan H. Brown is an award-winning contemporary adventure photographer and videographer. His central focus is brand storytelling through compelling marketing campaigns, as well as editorial, commercial, and gallery work. Dylan travels from the American Southwest’s deepest slot canyons to the highest villages of the Indian Himalaya and resurfaces with compelling visuals of landscapes and human portraiture. His affinity for the remote desert led him to complete the standup paddleboard first-descent of the 100-mile Escalante River, one of the most remote and wild rivers in the Lower 48. His imagery from the paddle exploration led to the co-creation of various multi-award-winning editorial stories, including a cover feature, in the nation’s elite outdoor publications. Prior to his commercial, gallery, and editorial career, Dylan cut his teeth as a sports photographer during a six-year stint at newspapers in Montana and Utah. When Brown isn’t behind the lens, you can find him backcountry skiing, mountain biking, and stand-up paddleboarding near his home in Colorado—or, exploring the furthest reaches of civilization somewhere in the world.