During some of his first hunts Lane started to pack a video camera so that he could look back and share the hunt with his friends and family. After a while Lane wanted to take his work to the next level and started to film for Outback Outdoors on the Sportsman’s Channel. Trevon and the crew at OO taught Lane the art of running camera and he fell in love with capturing the raw adventure and pure beauty within the hunt.
Today Lane works for OO as a field producer, and has done contract work for shows like Eastmans Hunting TV and Pure Hunting. Lane has also started to branch out of the TV world and work on his own projects. His goal is to capture the raw emotions that are involved within a hunt, whether it be the highest of highs or the lowest of lows. His passion for hunting is evident in all parts of his life and he enjoys being behind the camera just as much, if not more, than when he is holding his bow at full draw. The harder the hunt the more Lane enjoys filming it, although he loves filming any hunt, his passion is in filming high elevation species like Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goats and Ibex.
Lane is an Ambassador for SlumberJack Gear and is on the Pro staff for Hamskea Archery Solutions and Spot Hogg Archery. He has successfully harvest 6 of the species included in the Colorado Big 8, all with his Hoyt bow.
Lane lives in Loveland Colorado with his Wife and 2 young sons. He is a Denver Fire Fighter and the Owner of two Max Muscle stores located in Loveland and Fort Collins Colorado.