Anson Fogel is a director and part owner of production company Camp4 Collective, based in Salt Lake City, Utah. His lifelong passion for film was born of a childhood spent in the rural mountain West, wandering and devouring books, music and movies. He worked as a cinematographer for seven years and now primarily directs commercial, doc and TV work. He is known for an emotive, ephemeral style with a strong sense of place. As a director, he has won over 20 major film festival awards, including the Grand Prize at Banff and Fowler Award at Mountainfilm, and he has directed major ad campaigns for Amtrak, Colorado and Utah Tourism, BFGoodrich, The North Face, Bayer, Blue Cross and more. Fogel won multiple festival awards and critical acclaim for his film WildWater and was DP and editor for the narrative short films Paraíso (Mountainfilm 2012) and Red Landing for FireFly Films and Gretchen Wroblewski. His films Cascada and Beat Down also screened at Mountainfilm in 2013 and 2015, respectively. In 2016 Fogel both sits as a judge for Mountainfilm and directed the short film When We Were Knights, telling the story of friendship that develops through high consequence adventuring.