Cowboy, Bowhunter, Adventure Photographer & Award Winning Filmmaker, Tim Endsley has lived a life of a free spirited adventure junkie almost since birth! The son of a Hall of Fame cowboy Tim spent his live chasing the gold buckle dreams of a professional cowboy, with the occasional ranch and horse training jobs to keep the truck headed down the road. Tim had a 27 year career as professional calf roper, traveling from coast to coast and across Canada. During this time Tim’s father Hall of Fame inductee and NFR announcer Don Endsley and Tim’s mother Sharon started the Great American Wild West show and needed a production manager. Tim and Wife Mandy came on board to help produce the largest traveling Wild West show since Buffalo Bill. Tim was always an avid bowhunter that in the off season led to him producing and self filming his first documentary short film called “21 days in November”. Tim had no idea that this film would launch his new career after rodeo as a adventure photographer and videographer. The film won critical acclaim at the Prestigious Badlands Film Festival and from that point on it’s been non stop filming and hunting all over the United States. During the off season you can find Tim and his Wife Mandy along with 2 long retired calf roping horses Doc and Uno at their home in Little Rock Arkansas. Tim’s new company “Wild Horse Motion” creates digital content for several of the biggest names in the outdoor world. A life lived truly, Livin the Brand!
Show Music: “The Ropin Pen” (Live) by: Trent Willmon
Production & Editing: Matt Kirschner