2013 Staff Photography provided by: Josh Campbell and Chip Allen


Chip Allen
Chip Allen has been a professional photographer for seventeen years. He grew up snowboarding at Sugarbush, Vermont, but also calls Waterville Valley  and Sunday River home base.  He pursued his passion for the lens and graduated from the Hallmark Institute of Photography in Massachusetts. Chip is a published and well-admired photographer in many magazines including Transworld Snowboarding, Snowboarder Magazine, Frequency, Eastern Edge, Carbon, and Platinum. Chip’s love for photography grew into his own national snowboarding, art and lifestyle magazine, Arkane Snow. Chip has had the honor to photograph many of the snowboarders who helped make the sport what it is today, including riders like Kelly Clark, Louie Vito, Pat Moore, Eddie Wall, Peter Line, Shaun White, Danny Kass and many more. Chip has also worked with Red Bull Energy Drink for four years; he served Eastern Edge and then both Carbon and Platinum magazines as their Editor/Photo Editor. Chip still actively photographs snowboarding and is a freelance photographer for Getty Images in NYC.


Josh Campbell
Josh Campbell has been a professional photographer since 2000, following his years shredding Killington while attending Castleton State College and then Hallmark Institute of Photography. His snowboarding images have appeared in Transworld Snowboarding , Snowboarder Magazine, The Snowboard Journal, Frequency, Rolling Stone, and countless other publications. Some of the riders he’s captured include legend Bryan Iguchi, superstar Shaun White, the godfather Terje, X Games Gold Medalist Antti Autti, and Olympians Ross Powers, Danny Kass, and Kelly Clark. Off the snow, Josh has photographed many other elite athletes and sports figures such as former Red Sox Manager Terry Francona, the Stanley Cup Winning Assistant Captain of the Boston Bruins Mark Recchi, hockey legend Bobby Orr, and New England Patriot Vince Wilfork. In the last year he has received highly prestigious awards from Photo District News and from the Society of Publication Designers.