The first decade of Andy Mann’s photography career was all about adventure climbing — doing it, shooting it, living and breathing it.
The Virginia-raised Mann was lucky to be surrounded by like-minded individuals at the time, which made his entry into the world of adventure photography pretty much a given.
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“I picked up a camera originally because I wanted to keep rock climbing full time,” Mann, 42, said from his home in Boulder, Colorado. “All my friends were sponsored athletes and professional rock climbers, so it kind of made sense — I already had all the access I’d need.”