Photographer, traveler, and motorcycle enthusiast Aaron Brimhall has one of those instagram feeds that makes you want to step into his shoes for a bit as you look through the images. Although he might be a little sick of being referred to as a "motorcycle photographer", it was those early motorcycle images and overall aesthetic that first got us turned on to his work and had us wanting to leave the studio early for the day and go ride. He grew up in Salt Lake City and had early inspirations of making it as a snowboarder. After meeting his girlfriend, and future wife, who got him started with photography, he started carrying a camera and trying to document the sport and lifestyle surrounding him. A couple of years after graduating High School, the two of them decided to move to Guam. Aaron began surfing and shooting constantly and soon became the personal photographer of the governor. After a while, they decided to come back to Utah, but the travel bug was there and soon they were off on their next adventure. After many trips, and a ton of images, Aaron has developed a reconizable style of his own and has begun to attract the attention of commercial and editorial clients alike. Today we talk about the competitive nature of photography as a young person, the inspiration that comes from traveling the world, and what helps to keep Aaron working so hard towards his goals.
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