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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CHRISBURKARD
40.2% of chrisburkard's followers are female and 59.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 44877 and the average number of comments is 321.
16.22% of the followers that engaged with chrisburkard regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 6.31% and Italy at 5.41%. In summary, the top 5 countries of chrisburkard's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Italy, India, Australia.
Chrisburkard loves posting about Photography, Nature & Outdoors, Architecture, Travel.
Check chrisburkard's audience demography. This analytics report shows chrisburkard's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CHRISBURKARD
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CHRISBURKARD
- Photography 78.62 %
- Travel & Tourism 77.41 %
- Art & Design 46.04 %
- Sports 40.43 %
- Technology & Science 38.88 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 36.71 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.37 %
- Entertainment 34.02 %
- Business & Careers 33.33 %
- Luxury Goods 31.49 %
- Home & Garden 31.19 %
- Movies and TV 30.73 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF CHRISBURKARD
- United States 16.22 %
- Canada 6.31 %
- Italy 5.41 %
- India 4.5 %
- Australia 3.6 %
In a world that is getting louder and louder, it’s never been more important to seek out the last quiet places.
Why anyone would willingly strap a bike to their back and awkwardly hike 30 miles through the Sierra Nevada Mtns is beyond me. But, nevertheless, we did it.. and in the process may have learned to appreciate this landscape a little more than before. Connecting two National Parks via alpine mtn passes, rushing rivers & fertile meadows has always been a dream of mine since hearing about my friend Erik Nohlin’s legendary Sierra crossing years ago. Essentially taking the concept of human powered expedition to a new level. Riding as far as the road will take you, then strapping the bike to your back until you connect to the next road. Also respecting the rules of not riding in National Parks. In this case it was 27,000ft + of climbing over gravel, dirt, tarmac & hiking in 170+ Miles. Grateful to have spend the last week off the grid with my personal hero @laelwilcox & mentor @hellhommus while @rugilekaladyte shot photos. The sunburn, smoky lungs & bruised shoulders & bloody noses will clear up... but I hope that memory lasts a good long while. Shot on @sonyxperia @wahoofitnessofficial
Some places leave us with more questions than answers. The Kuril Islands are on of those places. Seemingly not of this world in terms of beauty and remoteness. @taylorfreesolo ‘a film “From Kuril’s with Love” attempts to dive into the complex issues these islands face. I was lucky to be apart of that prodction team & help tell the story of our Russian stowaway Vladimir Burkanov whose scientific research has spanned over 30 years in these islands. This film seems maybe more important than ever given the recent chemical spill in Kamchatka. This image was taken in the Kurils and the water color is natural runoff from a large hotspring in the Mtns.
My favorite type of floral arrangement
How far would you go to chase a legend? ‘Arc of Aleutia’ is a new film that dives deep into the story of a military veteran who discovered a remote wave on an even more remote island after his service in the 70’s. The lore of this place & story has drawn many a willing travelers in search of ...well...solitude mostly. Excited for a sold out pre-release premier tonight at @thecampoc @roark @_ryanhill_ @natezoller
These covers marked some of my greatest moments in my career/ life. Truly one of the greatest losses of 2020 is seeing the bible of surf magazines close its doors after 60 years in print. I wouldn’t trade the 8 years of my life that I served as a senior staff for @surfer_magazine for anything. It was the greatest privilege & honor to be apart of such an amazing lineage of photographers & editors. As a kid I fully dreamt of adding my name to that list... in fact the first goal I ever set for myself in my life was to shoot a cover of surfer. Those relationships forged with my colleagues, be it editors & journalist, or surfers in some far off beach are something I’ll always be grateful for. It was more than just my job...it was my education and at times my family. I’m heartbroken to see it go, but more so that other young photographers are loosing out on more and more opportunities of places to see their work come to life in print. Thanks for all the great years, and thanks to all my editors along the way for taking a chance on me. 🙏🏽 - also a huge hearfelt shoutout to @powdermagazine @bikemag for the good years. Grateful I was able to contribute.
The gap has never felt wider...
Me running away from my problems 😅
You are loved. Just a little something to start your week off right.
Landing in Gnarnia
The correlation between surfing & snowboarding has never felt more clear. Documenting @wolfgangnyvelt in the Iwanai region of Hokkaido was a masterclass in style & connecting with a landscape. We traveled to this remote area to share a story about the Sea of Japan & how it affects not only its snow quality but most of all it’s people. Coming soon. @billabong
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