Native Coloradan Pete McBride
Has Spent Two Decades Studying
The World With A Camera.

A self-taught photographer, filmmaker, writer
& public speaker, he is a Sony Artisan of Imagery
and has traveled on assignment to over 75
countries for the National Geographic Society,
Smithsonian, Google, The Nature Conservancy.

His latest project replaced rafting with walking — a lot of it.

Over the course of a year, McBride hiked the entire length of Grand Canyon National Park — over 750 miles without a trail — to highlight development challenges facing this iconic landscape.

Motion

Pete’s latest National Geographic film was nominated for an Emmy for best Nature Documentary.
He loves to use adventures as a way to tell visual stories of impact about wild places.

Awards

Pete's latest film, Into the Grand Canyon, is now streaming on Disney+. His book The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim that accompanied the project won the "trifecta" of outdoor book awards.

Nominated
emmy

2020

emmy Emmy Nomination - best Nature Documentary

2019

Public Lands Book of the Year for The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim

2019

National Outdoor Book Award for The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim

Pete's latest film, Into the Grand Canyon, is now streaming on Disney+. His book The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim that accompanied the project won the "trifecta" of outdoor book awards.

Nominated

Pete's latest film, Into the Grand Canyon, is now streaming on Disney+. His book The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim that accompanied the project won the "trifecta" of outdoor book awards.

Nominated

Pete's latest film, Into the Grand Canyon, is now streaming on Disney+. His book The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim that accompanied the project won the "trifecta" of outdoor book awards.

Nominated