Tweet No matter what the conditions, the Visit Salt Lake Shootout produces incredible images every year. It is also one of my favorite events of the season. This was my third Shootout and this year I teamed up with Mike Schirf, Marcus Caston, and Ty Peterson to attack the Wasatch. The Shootout is …read the rest
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 Coach Shaul interviewed Hadley and I about our gear choices for our Teton trip: My Gearlist Essentials: Marmot – Trailight tent Marmot – Helium 15 degree bag Thermarest – Prolite Plus Sleeping Pad Marmot – Freya 40L pack Scarpa – Shaka touring boot Volkl – Nanuk ski 170 Dynafit – Vertical binding Black …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 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 This time last year, I was shredding feet upon feet of instant-refill powder all over the Wasatch. If watching last weeks Salomon Freeski episode wasn’t enough to make me miss last December, skiing icy man-made snow at Alta last weekend was. Last night, Ullr finally blessed us with a smidgeon of snow. It was …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.