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February 4th, 2018


As part of helping out the local non-profit I dropped down to the bar to help shoot a quick little clip for their social channels and say hi to some rad people.



January 15th, 2018


Coming up with a little extra time to shoot got me to the point of wanting to work on a few clips I’ve been thinking about. I;m not exactly sure if it’s going to be a series or things that will flow together or just a bunch of little things that I shoot and throw together. The first of these was skating through my backyard with Ryan Fitzhenry of Rotor Collective on the DJI Mavic.



January 1st, 2018


I didn’t ride everyday but I did ride every month and every month theres something pretty all time to do, thanks to all the friends who did this with me.



November 21st, 2017


Quick clip from Drop Everything that I shot last year with Connery Lundin during the mega winter that was 2017.



November 16th, 2017


Charlotte Percle made a really cool film this year, it’s about some first year Freeride World Tour skiers, including a mutual friend of our Sam Lee, so when she asked me to help with a poster for the film I happily grab a few of the photos she had and got into photoshop.

Rookies from Charlotte Percle on Vimeo.

ski film poster



November 16th, 2017


As one of the more legendary events of the Squaw calendar it was cool to wander around and shoot some shots for Sierra Nevada.



November 16th, 2017


After working on some smaller pieces with Healdsburg I directed this piece for Wineram Productions. This was the first time I really pushed into using the full Epic-W S35 8K sensor and being able to push in to a full resolution 4k shot at any point, also hanging these cameras still makes me quite nervous but the rig held up pretty well.



November 14th, 2017


All twelve months is one of those ridiculous things that people cling to, it’s a weird badge of honor to have dedicated at least one day each to snowboarding, October is often the hard one, it doesn’t really fit in the Southern Hemisphere, as a lot of people have left by then or started working on the summer sport, it sometimes fits in the Northern Hemisphere if your lucky to get an early storm. Garrett has done more than his fair share, he rode in October for closing day of TC, he went to the patch in South Lake and then he came with me on a stupid long walk on my thirtieth birthday in the last days of October. Snowboarding is still fun, even if this snow did kinda suck.



November 5th, 2017


The winter of twenty seventeen was something to remember in the Tahoe region, and as the testing home of Snowledge I spent a lot of the season grabbing clips, not really ever filming for this but just taking everything I could get with the crew and cutting it a whole lot of different ways, from posting in the app to longer clips in a number of different ways and this is the cumulation of that. Testing an app has never been better.



November 5th, 2017


Getting to work for Snowledge is pretty cool, getting to ski with the founder is really rad when they ski like Eric. After a seriously good season in Tahoe and a lot of tiny camera days just ripping around the local spots we tried to keep this a lot less P.O.V. than the 16 edit and it ended up being a majority of my shots with a little help from others and then my cut.


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