Willis Wall Multimedia is the melding of outdoors experience, film, photography and music. The name is taken from the north face of Mt. Rainier, where I have been playing for the past thirty years, hiking, climbing and skiing. I have hiked the Wonderland Trail approximately 30 times, or many more if one counts numerous forays into the park in sections. My documentation of the Park over the past decade (plus) allows to viewer to travel the entire Wonderland via time lapse, visit every back country campsite, ride (bike) every significant road in the boundaries, and even ski the Inter Glacier. An early adopter of helmet cams, I have used these cameras, along with still photography, to capture literally days of video. The Grand Tour pull down covers off trail portions of Mt. Rainier only viewable on these pages. The Willis Wall Blog covers trip reports and what I deem significant gear observations, including custom gear. I have learned from trial and error, and my aim is to aid the reader/viewer by learning from my mistakes. I also write and produce all the music for these endeavors. With a background in ultra running, mountaineering, backpacking, biking and skiing, I appreciate any pace and itinerary, from leisurely strolls to fast packing sufferfests.....I've done them all. If the reader/viewer has any questions they deem I might be able to offer a view on, please don't hesitate to contact me.
All photos, music and video on this site are realized by and at Willis Wall Multimedia studios.