Joey Schusler wears many hats as both an athlete and a creative individual. His passion for outdoor sports started at a young age. Growing up, Joey competitively raced mountain bikes and recreationally skied. Today, he still does some of that, but he mostly finds himself behind the camera working as an outdoor photographer and cinematographer. His creative vision mixed with his athletic discipline allow him to excel creatively while being immersed in the wild places that he loves.
When not biking, skiing, or working on photo/film projects, Joey gives back to his community by serving as a mentor in the Outdoor Film Fellowship. Joey uses his platform as an athlete and artist to break barriers for up and coming talent in the outdoor film and photography space.
2011 Downhill Mtb. World Cup Qualifier
2014 Director, Huayhuash
2015 Director, 55 Hours in Mexico
2015 Director, The Trail To Kazbegi
2016 Director, Flashes of Altai
2018 Director, RJ Ripper