If you know mountain bikes, you probably know Sterling Lorence’s work. Based out of Vancouver BC, Sterling’s creative use of light and composition has been a feature of mountain bike photography for over 20 years. Sterling sharpened his skills as a photographer in the coastal mountains of British Columbia, challenged by wet, steep and gnarly terrain where the riding is equally as hard as the shooting conditions. It’s these challenges in photography that drive his quest to capture new perspectives. Lightfall is the story of Sterling Lorence and his process to get the perfect shot in the dank and misty mountains of Vancouver’s legendary North Shore, with riders Jackson Goldstone and Brett Rheeder.
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Colin “CJ” Jones is an aerial cinematography specialist and director for Anthill’s feature films and major commercial projects. One of Anthill’s most versatile team members and the in-house aerial cinematography specialist, CJ has directed, shot and edited dozens of video projects and continues to raise the bar of Anthill’s creativity. CJ has directed nine feature cycling films as well as hundreds of short films and commercials for brands such as Toyota, Sony, Red Bull, Clif Bar, Shimano, Trek, The Olympic Channel and many more.