Kyle Duba

Lean On:
November 2, 2015, 5:45 pm
Filed under: NOLS, Video

It was bittersweet to see this video play before a packed house at the NOLS 50th anniversary a couple weekends ago. The intro piece was my last project with them and Kirk & Brian used a bunch of my footage throughout the second chapter which reminded me of so many excellent trips. Thanks for the great run NOLS!

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September 12, 2014, 3:20 pm
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Psyched with how this spot I helped film turned out for the Wilderness Society!

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May 27, 2014, 11:26 am
Filed under: NOLS, Video

Alaska is cool. It’s really big. I’ve had the pleasure of working and filming up there a few times now with the NOLS on Denali, in the Alaska Range, and in Prince William Sound. Check it out! Big thanks to Andy and George at Distill for sharing footage from the upcoming Expedition Denali film!

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Adventures In Your Own Backyard:
November 13, 2013, 6:00 pm
Filed under: Climbing, NOLS, Video


I just posted my first feature length documentary online! A historical rock climbing film centered around my current home, Lander, Wyoming. At nearly two years in the making it was a huge labor of love and I couldn’t be happier with it.

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Trials of the past:
August 20, 2013, 12:20 pm
Filed under: Climbing, NOLS, Video

Expedition Denali Teaser

The Expedition Denali NOLS trip was a huge success. Including media and support crew we got 19 people to 19,600 feet (only 700 feet shy of the top!) and were only thwarted from reaching the summit due to a crazy electrical storm, the likes of which one park ranger who has worked there for 15 years said he has never seen. I could hear electricity in my ears… needless to say everyone was happy to just get back down safely. Distill has released a great teaser for the Kickstarter backers (that includes a bunch of my shots!) and we’re all eagerly awaiting to see what they produce for a documentary over the next year.

photo by Hudson Henry

photo by Hudson Henry

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Lonely Boy:
August 20, 2013, 11:53 am
Filed under: Climbing, NOLS, Video

Wind & Rattlesnakes finally premiered last month at Lander’s annual climbers’ festival. We packed the house at the high school auditorium and people were psyched! Next step, submitting it to the festivals!

film premiere

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We ah wi:
April 12, 2013, 3:31 pm
Filed under: NOLS, Photo
The NidoThe NidoThe NidoPuerto Ibanez
Puerto IbanezGauchoCampoRio SolerDon Louis CampoDon Louis Campo
Crossing Rio SolerCousino MaculCousino MaculBike TourBike TourHistorical Cellar
Historical CellarPlaza De ArmasLa MonedaChilean Flag

Patagonia & Peru, a set on Flickr.

Photos from Southern America trip to Patagonia and Peru.

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January 22, 2013, 6:35 pm
Filed under: Climbing, NOLS, Video

2012 was good.  Here are some things I made.  2013 is also shaping up well.  I am working on wrapping up my biggest project of life so far.  Track the progress of ‘Wind & Rattlesnakes‘ a documentary about climbing in Lander, Wyoming.  And… I’m heading to Patagonia next week for two months to film NOLS courses.  Then in June I should be joining Expedition Denali (the 1st vid below) in climbing Denali, the highest peak in N America.  Happiness.






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November 21, 2011, 12:53 pm
Filed under: NOLS, Video

To match a catalogue and website redesign we’ve cut a new marketing piece for NOLS that highlights some of our core beliefs and the way students end up benefitting from those values.

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every planet we reach is dead:
August 26, 2011, 9:18 am
Filed under: NOLS, Photo, Video

Got back to Lander last week after spending most of the summer doing two NOLS courses in Alaska! The first was a 30 day hiking course in the Eastern Alaska Range (my first as an instructor). The second was a 21 day sea kayaking course on Prince William Sound full of Naval Academy Midshipmen (a training block for them) which I tagged along on exclusively to shoot video. I put up a Flickr album of each course, video content to follow in the not-too-distant future, enjoy!

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