Tacoma Branch Open House and Special Presentation - March 17

Learn about The Mountaineers and find out how you can get involved, then enjoy our Special Presentation: "Adventure Photography in the North Cascades and Beyond" by Jason Hummel
Sarah Holt Sarah Holt
March 08, 2016

Meet fellow Mountaineers and learn how to get involved in our courses and activities, then stay for our feature presentation by adventure photographer Jason Hummel.

MEET OUR VOLUNTEER LEADERS 

6:30pm - Leaders and representatives from our activities will be on hand for an informal social hour to answer  your burning questions and show you how to get involved. We have many courses starting up in the very near future - from Scrambling to Sailing, Kayaking to Hiking, you can trust The Mountaineers to get you outdoors!

7pm - Our 30 minute formal presentation will introduce you to the history and mission of The Mountaineers, the courses and activities we offer, and the great benefits you'll receive when you join our community of adventurers.

Feature Presentation

7:40pm - Feature Presentation: "Adventure Photography in the North Cascades and Beyond" by Jason Hummel.

Jason Hummel was raised in the foothills of Mount Rainier, where he started hiking, climbing, and skiing almost as soon as he could walk. After college, he worked 8 years as a financial advisor, but by 2009 he realized something was missing and walked away from office life:

"...a new camera was burning a hole in my soul and I couldn't maintain the status quo. I blame it on my window view of Mt. Rainier's North Face. But that's not all. The truth was, after years as a financial advisor, my creativity was in poor condition. Stock quotes and financial reports will do that to you. Release was needed."

Jason went on to work as a writer and mountaineering/ skiing/adventure photographer. His clients include Eddie Bauer and Outdoor Research, and his work has been published in magazines such as Backcountry, Skiing, Coast Mountain Culture, and more. Jason will be sharing his incredible photos from his adventures in the mountains, and sharing his stories of how the outdoors have defined and enhanced his life.

Check out Jason's website, www.alpinestateofmind.com for a taste of his spectacular work.


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