Caleb Robinson and Ayo Sopeju look at a bouldering problem together.
A film collaboration with Caleb Robinson.
MHW climber Caleb Robinson and filmmaker Trevor Riley were drawn to one another’s passion for seeing and documenting Black climbers. Together, they went to Red Rock with big ambitions and came home with something else. Their film, DSCVRY, is about the things you don’t find at the top of any boulder.
Two images collaged on top of one another, both of Caleb Robinson, one of him climbing the bouldering problem from the film and the other of him smiling while wearing a Stretchdown jacket.
MHW Athlete Caleb Robinson bouldering on the DSCVRY problem.
Caleb Robinson
Rock Climber
While Caleb Robinson is newer to the climbing scene, that hasn’t slowed him down. After growing up playing team sports like soccer in Pennsylvania, he is quickly setting his sights on big bouldering objectives and ticking off projects left and right.
Just last year...
Trevor Riley–the creator of DSCVRY–graduated
from Open Aperture Photography Clinic.