The Cleanest Line
Laurel Winterbourne

Laurel Winterbourne

Laurel Winterbourne was an employee at Patagonia for five years until she joined her husband, Trevor Clark, in the pursuit of creative imagery. She finds her passion in writing, the environment and outdoor adventures. Laurel grew up surfing in Encinitas, California, now lives on Donner Lake in Truckee and has made the Sierra her playground.


Above: Cheering on friends. All photos: Trevor Clark

My Best Surf Session

Jun 30, 2014 June 30, 2014

Head-high peaks stacked in perfect rows, warm clear water, and glassy surface conditions were not the reasons for the best surf session of my life. Sometimes it’s about more than that. If you were asked to describe your most memorable surf session, what would you say? Would you scroll… Read More

[Above: Andrew and Danny Boy address the crowd. All photos by Glenda Dudley]

Lockwood Animal Rescue Center visits Patagonia Reno

Jun 13, 2013 June 13, 2013

Danny sleeps peacefully curled up in the corner while Matt, in his boisterous voice, tells the story of Danny’s heroic rescue and horrific existence in captivity in Alaska. On the other side of the room his counterpart Willow sways with sleepiness, falling over every few seconds. She is new… Read More

Don’t Wait for Good, Go Find It – Full Circle

Don’t Wait for Good, Go Find It – Full Circle

Dec 7, 2012 December 7, 2012

The world needs GOOD stories. Fortunately there are people like Trevor Clark who put it all on the line, travel thousands of miles and spend countless hours, days and months to get these stories out there. Trevor is an outdoor adventure photographer and friend of Patagonia who… Read More