Peak/Tyrolia #5 from Shred' n Breakfast on Vimeo.
The Weight of Mountains from Studiocanoe on Vimeo.
To shoot poignant pictures we only need follow the path of our enthusiasm . I believe that this feeling is the universe’s way of telling us that we are doing the right thing. The viewing public will always disagree over … Continue Reading
According to Phil Casabon, “We made the ‘B&E Inventational’ because skiing needs a different event, a different format, which doesn’t consist of putting pressure on the skier to perform right then and there. The 2 run format has got to … Continue Reading
Press Release, Livigno, Italy, March 30th 2014:
“Style and innovation were the judging criteria for the Big Air contest that took place on the 29th of March 2014 in Livigno, Italy for the Suzuki Nine Queens presented by O’Neill. After many days … Continue Reading
Once the calendar strikes March 1st, I usually get hit by these three realizations: winter is nearly through, fishing/biking/surfing/etc season is almost upon us, and the most important one of all, I have to go to Alaska! It’s that time … Continue Reading
My favorite short story, unequivocally, is Jack London’s “To Build a Fire” (Read it HERE). In it, London describes a headstrong man’s battle to survive against the harshest of winter elements when his foolhardy voyage across the great Yukon wilderness … Continue Reading
Tanner warming up with a 3 during “The Nomadic Statuary Project” shoot in Snowpark, New Zealand. Produced with chicken wire, quick pour concrete, cinder blocks, and paper mache; the statues ranged from 6-12 feet in height (1.8 – 3.6 meters) … Continue Reading