Ace Kvale is an adventure photographer whose vast portfolio of work has spanned many continents and genres over the past three decades.
Ace's work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic, Powder Magazine, Climbing, Rock and Ice, Sports Illustrated, and The National Enquirer. His commercial clients include Patagonia, The North Face, Nike, and Marmot. His recent work includes a book of environmental portraits, essays and yes, food: This Immearsurable Place - Food and Farming from the Edge of the Wilderness. The images showcased in the book are a portfolio of the wild lands that he protects and calls home.
Ace's long and colorful career is profiled in this recent feature in Powder Magazine.
The film Ace and the Desert Dog, is the story of a 60-day sojourn Ace takes with his loyal canine companion Ghenghis Khan in the remote canyonlands of Utah and is featured in film festivals worldwide.
Ace invests his time supporting several philanthropic organizations including the Himalayan Cataract Project in Ethiopia and Rwanda, and the dZi Foundation in Nepal.