Tweet Taken from the Mountain Athlete website, read the full piece there! Fear and Flipping in Park City “Sometimes the best thing to do is just do it. When my athletes are trying a new trick, I never give them any direction the first time. I just tell them to try,” …read the rest
Tweet A few years ago the book and movie “The Edge of Never” by Bill Kerig made its way through the ski community. Everybody I skied with either read the book or watched the movie. Somehow, I missed it. Fast forward three years and I meet Bill Kerig as a board member at Spy …read the rest
Tweet I’m sitting here waiting to press my coffee as big, fat flakes fall into the valley. Waiting seems to be the name of the game this winter. From Zabljak, to Snowbird, to Chamonix, we’re either waiting for the skis to open or the clouds to clear. Skiers, so picky about the weather. Yesterday …read the rest
Tweet One snowy April day, Angeli, Hennie, Giray and I shuffled up Catherine’s Pass for a little storm shooting. It was hilarious. Not only did I fully shave all the branches off a pine tree attempting to “tap” it, we also crashed, swam, and swallowed the deep fluffy snow. This season, I’ve almost forgot what …read the rest
Tweet Sometimes it feels like all the sadness is compressed into one tiny instant. One space. Even your tears can’t fit. Only nausea, shock; a squeezing choking feeling that starts in your stomach and moves its way up. It’s been 5 years since Asher passed, and yet the shocking, choking feeling can still hit. It’s …read the rest
Tweet My first Salomon Freeski appearance! It’s short, but sweet. I wish the snow was that deep right now. My segment was filmed this time last year. CRAZY! Plus, Nat and I went for our first dawn patrol on the season yesterday. It was short, and littler treacherous, but great to get out …read the rest
Tweet Last year, I traveled up to Targhee and Jackson Hole to ski with Mike Leake and work with Futuristic Films. The project was “Backyards”, a made for TV short movie. Check out the first segment of Mike and I.
Tweet It’s 6:45 at the Goldminer’s Daughter. Carston Oliver, Tony Pavlantos, Lee Cohen and myself are waiting for first chair at Alta for the third day of the Ski Salt Lake Shootout. We bailed on Cardiff this morning due to a late start and tired bodies. Two full days of hiking, skiing, and shooting has …read the rest