Stories That Move
See how Greg Hill uses Rylo to redefine adventure in the face of climate change.
“As an adventurer, I can explore and share how this carbon neutral approach can work.”
Picture an explorer, and you’re likely to imagine someone perched high on a peak in a faraway land. You might think of someone pushing their physical limits, or testing themselves against the elements. If so, your picture would look a lot like Greg
@_greghill_), the professional skier and adventurer who made his name climbing and skiing two million feet in a single year.
Yet while Greg might seem the archetype of the classic outdoor adventurer, his decades in the mountains have shaped a vision of exploration beyond simply climbing new summits or skiing untracked slopes. Faced with the reality of the global climate
crisis, Greg’s focus has shifted from setting records to answering a question: How do you cut your carbon footprint when it’s your job to go places no one has gone before?
Create Like Greg Hill
From dramatic overhead shots of knife-edge ridges to sweeping pans of skiing powder with friends, Greg uses Rylo to capture and share stories from his electric-powered adventures. Learn the tips and techniques Greg uses to create #StoriesThatMove.
Using the Invisible Grip
Is it a drone? Where is the camera mounted? Learn how Greg gets this unique follow cam perspective, made possible by Rylo’s Invisible Grip.
Reframing with ViewFinder
Ever wish you could change your camera angle after seeing the footage? See how Greg uses ViewFinder makes it easy to frame the perfect shot.
Create Motion with Points
Direct sweeping pans and smooth camera movements, all with the tap of a finger. See how Greg uses Points to turn a single shot into a dynamic, creative edit.
See The Footage
See Greg’s impossible shots featuring just the Invisible Grip and Rylo app.
Get the Tools
Create impossible shots like Greg with the Rylo Adventure bundle.
Includes Rylo Camera, Rylo Adventure Case and Rylo Invisible Grip.
A Climb for Equality.
As a skier and mountaineer, Caroline Gleich’s mission doesn’t stop at the summit.
This spring, she’s tackling her biggest challenge yet—and using her platform to advocate for gender equality.