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Jeff's previous work has taken him to the Tour de France for a behind-the-scenes documentary, and he has photographed and filmed a number of people including Robin Williams, Jane Goodall, and Nelson Mandela.

Jeff's short film, Geocaching: From the Web to the Woods, won Best Short Doc at the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival and Jeff won the Best Editing award for his film The Strange Case at the Action on Film Festival.

Jeff's imagery has exhibited at: The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, The Aspen Institute, The Scripps Institute, The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, and before the U.S Congress on Capitol Hill.

In 2007, Jeff got his first taste of the Arctic when as a Stanford student he worked as a videographer with National Geographic photographer James Balog on the initial expedition of The Extreme Ice Survey (or EIS). 

That winter, the EIS team scouted and filmed glaciers that now appear in the recent documentary feature film Chasing Ice

Chasing Ice follows National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers.

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