Rob Frost (aka Frosty) grew up in New England, and has carved out a reputation for his ability to film in some of the world's most uninhabitable locations such as Alaska's Mount Saint Elias, the north face of Thalay Sagar in the Himalaya, and recently the famous 1,000 mile dogsled race, the Iditarod in Alaska. He has worked with some of the world's most gifted skiers and climbers and has been an associate producer for the Resort Sports Network's program "Reel Thrills". He has filmed / produced content for Nat Geo TV, American Adventure Productions, NBC Sports, ESPN2, Discovery Channel, and RedBull Productions. Rob has also been on the International Jury Committee for the Banff International Mountain Film Festival. Now teamed up with Sender Films, Frosty has been working on numerous projects ranging from filming climbing in Tasmania, Yosemite, and the high Sierras, to a bunch of commercial work for Clif Bar. He moved to Boulder at the beginning of 2010 and has never been busier since joining his old Colorado College buddies, Pete and Nick. Frosty works with Sender as a cinematographer, director and editor.