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Dear Interested Clients,

My name is Brian Mosbaugh and I love to creatively construct BIG projects in nature that require unique rigging expertise and high-angle rope access. For the past 10 years, I’ve been building a specialized resume of unique commercial rigging experience and big budget production work all over the world throughout the mountains, deserts, jungles and other diverse environments. It’s been my life’s work to establish hundreds of highlines across the globe as a professional highliner, which has provided me with the unique skill set of being an expert rigging consultant and stuntman for all types of commercial work. I have over 20 years of accumulative outdoor adventure experience as an accomplished BASE jumper, skydiver, rock climber, slackliner and acroyoga instructor. After spending countless hours hanging from ropes in precarious places, designing innovative rigging techniques and documenting world-class athletic achievements, I’ve been contracted for various commercial projects and other specialized professional needs.

My unconventional life has opened many doors as a high-angle ropes rigger, commercial stuntman, safety consultant, photographer/videographer and supervisor for unique productions that require vertical expertise and a creative mind. This adventurous lifestyle has led to many amazing relationships with the world’s most accomplished extreme sports athletes and has gone hand in hand working alongside countless corporate companies such as: Sony, Ford, Red Bull, Jägermeister, National Geographic, Coca-Cola, Icebreaker, Patagonia, Camp 4 Collective and many more.

My unique skill set of rigging and stunt work extends far beyond my own personal athletic achievements and allows me to understand the entire production needs of creating unique commercial content. Collaborating alongside some of the most talented production companies in the business, I’ve been able to network and work with many professional big budget commercial teams across the globe. To get a glimpse of my adventurous experience and commercial undertakings, I encourage interested parties to explore this website further. Whether your production needs require a professional “tight rope walker” (highliner) to balance between skyscrapers in a city, construct a “space net” in the jungle, BASE jump from desert towers or build massive rope swings in any environment, I’m confident that I can facilitate your needs!

I guarantee whatever your next upcoming project entails, it can be realistically accomplished with the punctuality and professional approach I offer to all clients. With my team of world-class experienced riggers, professional film makers/photographers, and extreme sport athletes, combined with our collaborative creative vision we can meet your special requests. My approach to documenting adventurous content is to work alongside the athletes so as to not hinder their performance but rather capture their talents from beautiful new angles. Spending most of my time in the outdoors has given me the experience to be responsible and safe in exposed environments where others often scare or don’t dare to explore. If you wish to contact me concerning your special projects, feel free to reach out via e-mail or by phone. My contact information is provided below or available by CLICKING THIS LINK. I promise to give you my full undivided attention and honest consultation in making your production ideas and commercial work a reality. The sky IS NOT the limit!

~Brian Mosbaugh


Phone: 541.602.6113


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