GGBY Highline Gathering is an annual gathering of individuals from all over the world during the week of Thanksgiving who comes to Highline over the canyons of Moab, Utah. GGBY stands for Gobble Gobble Bitches Yeah and was conceived by a group of high liners over a decade ago who gathered informally to have fun. The gathering has grown to include hundreds of participants and spectators and has received international recognition for its visually striking aesthetics.
The road-trip from Boulder to Moab can certainly be exciting. Especially during the winter. This is some of the behind-the-scenes footage from the creation of the video above.
This is a video short of a flight out of Boulder Municipal with Journeys Aviation Flight School on July 10th, 2021.
We flew down the front range of the Rockies, made a U-Turn at the Red Rocks Amphitheater, and returned to Boulder Municipal to land. The flight lasted 40 minutes.
The drone footage was taken from the Tears of Zion climbing area in Golden, Colorado on July 10th, 2021. The climber's name is Matthew Kaye, an Army Veteran, Firefighter, Paramedic, and all-around chill dude. Don't tell him I said that.
Footage shot near the Roosevelt National Forest by Boulder, Colorado using a Mavic 2 Zoom. We spent our time at camp reminiscing about our friend Alejandro Acosta who recently passed away.
To his memory, I dedicate this video.
He is survived by his wife Anna, and his unborn baby girl.
A trailer for a documentary-style short that never came to fruition about the Gobble Gobble Bitches, Yeah Festival held at the Fruit Bowl in Moab, Utah.
This is footage captured during my visit there in 2017 and a lot of the Moab Monkeys hitting the high line and spacenet over the canyon.