Friday, September 4, 2009


DIY has been the name of the game lately. Some fun skating around the area...These pictures are from a bham spot, not sure how long it will last as it has already been taken down a few times. Josh Kramer on the left. I'm on the right.

Portait Session with Paul, Tina, and Gunner

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Summer Time Heat Wave

I moved to WA because of the temperate climate. I like the heat for water sports, but it's been unreal. I think I'm boiling on the inside. Good thing there is lots of water around...

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Skit photos from Wildcard's "How the Northwest was One"

Andy Stern, Nick Ennen, Tyson Anderson, and Kurt Jenson have just finished Andy's skit along with some other great segments. Check out these sneak peaks from the 2009-20010 release of "How the Northwest was One", from Wildcard Productions.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Production Photos: "How the Northwest was One"

This post is home to production photos of Wildcard Production's "How the Northwest was One". Check back for more images soon.

Wildcard Productions and "How the Northwest was One"

For the 2009-2010 season, Wildcard Productions will be releasing a full-length snowboard film titled: " How the Northwest was One". Look forward to catching our second tease, coming soon!

Wakeboarding with Nick Ennen

Nick destroys it. Period. With that said, sometimes I don't get that perfect image and these images used to be examples of that. So with the help of cs2, I dove in and used some silly filters. I avoid these most of the time, but here I found them super fun.


Sunday, June 21, 2009

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Lummi I-Land Fun

Sam Giffin and I went to Lummi and took some nice portraits in someone's backyard. The light was magnificent, the birds were squaking, and life was good...

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Skateboard Season is Here!

My friend and I went skating last night. People have no idea how long it takes to get one trick.

This ledge is weird and fun. It is actually a bank on the other side. I wanted to shoot this from a more "normal" perspective, but small features look great with a fisheye lens. Do what ya gotta.

There is a giant hole right in the landing of this spot. So thanks to a good friend for unknowingly hooking up the metal sign. He's all sentimental with it, but if we didn't have it, this would have never happened.


Saturday, May 30, 2009

Up, Up, and away...

Broke my helicopter virginity. Blows the mind what you can do with yourself...and a small, very expensive and sensitive piece of machinery.

FYI: This trip was just part of the training process for potential pilots. If you can get accepted, have the financial backing, and the balls, flying helicopters and planes is possible... Wow! Thanks Tarek!

Blog v. Dylan Hart, Round One.


I created this blog because everyone else is doing it. Actually I am publishing this blog because I have so many images that deserve some purpose other than filling up external hard drives.

I like how images can tell us and others of how life was at that present moment. Interestingly enough on the inverse, photographs can also deceive us through lack of context, or use of visual illusions.

All in all, taking photographs has allowed me to document the world around me, creating a collective story of all of the trials and tribulations on this planet. While providing me with new information and a wide variety of perspectives, it has also greatly enhanced the quality of my life and those around me.

Thanks for visiting,

Dylan Hart Photography.

P.S. Please come back soon and check out new stories, pictures, and ideas that I am cooking up in the kitchen.