It's Better In The Wind is the personal photo project of Scott G. Toepfer, a photographer and film maker from southern California. Some of Scott's clients include Specialized Bicycles, Harley-Davidson, Honda Motorcycles, Triumph Motorcycles, Sapporo Beer, Fossil, and Discovery Channel, among others. This massive project focuses on the mobile lives of motorcyclists and documents the beautiful in their gritty nomadic world.
In late 2009, Scott and some friends set out on a personal project in hopes of printing a book of photographs documenting their adventures on their motorcycles. They printed the book and released it in the summer of 2010 and it was met with a lot of acclaim, selling out in roughly one week. Still, Scott didn't feel like it was time to put this project to rest. He and his friends continued adventuring, putting more and more miles on their motorcycles, all the while photographing and filming, and in 2011 he debuted a short film for his project, also titled It's Better In The Wind. Scott's blog, which is dedicated to this project, is nothing short of inspiring in this day and age, where we as a culture spend more time on the internet and day dreaming about going out on adventures than actually going out and doing it. The overall size of his body of work and his ability to beautifully document his adventures while barreling down the highway on his motorcycle is extremely impressive.
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