Hi there, my name is Bryan Huskey and I am a photographer & filmmaker in Boise, Idaho.
I capture photo and video for selfish reasons really. I never feel like I can get enough time outside, so whenever I get away and my surroundings are striking, I try to save that moment. That way I can relive and share those experiences with others over years to come.
With camera phones in every angler's pocket, and a concern for impact on catch & release fish, I founded the hashtag #keepemwet to convey best practices for fish handling and photography. Learn more at keepemwet.org
Hi Bryan, I just watched your video for Deschutes River Outfitters from 09 and had to find out who shot and narrated that film. Super great job of really capturing the river and fishing experience with both camera, and especially your narration script. I'm a generation older and first came to the Deschutes to fly fish for steelhead in 1985 at age 36. I was already a fly fisher and river soul, and became one of the Deschutes' and eastern Oregon's captives the first time I drove to the canyon from Portland, smelled the sage brush, stepped into the river (facing downstream) and looked up. Spent the next fourteen years being a steelhead flyfisher, mostly on the Deschutes making those early morning put ins, those long casts, and was one of the first with two handed rods. I write all this so you know that when I say your script was perfect, you will know that I can be a judge of that. I was there. Living in Panama now, but still there too. You also have a great announcer' voice for the narration, with great, natural inflection...as good as Robert Redford on A River Runs Through It. You have a new fan. Would love to see more of the Deschutes through your eyes.
Wow.. I am a great lover and admirer of wildlife photography. And since I have watched a lot in that category, your works are so out of the box and you have even come up with some brilliant ones on these albums.