Trekking through foreign lands in search of never-before-rafted rivers, whose paths are just slightly less forgiving than the trek itself, takes a special kind of passion. Stepping aboard a puncture-prone vessel to navigate the undulating, serpentine rush of whitewater and undertow takes absolute faith. Jack Morrison had both.
In the late 70s and 80s, Morrison traversed the globe in search of purpose, and found it in the unfamiliar waters of India, Patagonia and The Himilayas. Jack ran the rivers he discovered with finesse. He submitted himself to their flow and moved with their currents, devoting himself fully to an unspoken, natural order that governed their paths.
Throughout his travels Jack romantically captured the cultures and landscapes he encountered, forever freezing in time the moments that defined him and the feelings they bestowed. His archives now serve as a stunning photographic documentary of, and sincere tribute to, one of the most influential pioneers of the river running scene. Join us in remembering and telling his story for all to experience and aspire.