Jonah Williams: First Grade
When Jonah Williams won Level 1 Production's 2015 Superunknown contest, it was obvious he had the potential to be a strong up-and-comer. In his follow up edits--during which he felt like a "first grader"--he's cemented himself as a definite force in the park scene. Get some, Jonah. Get some.
Skiing footage from Superunknown XII in Vermont, Brighton Level 1 shoot in Utah, and Windells summer camp in Mt. Hood, Oregon.
Tatum Monod Does Alaska: 2015 Season Edit
Tatum Monod is known for her smooth style and for going as big as anyone, including a massive double backflip that went viral. She can send it anywhere, be it on backcountry booters, pillow zones or dialed jump lines, and for 2015 she took those skills to skiing's ultimate proving ground--Alaska. And, as expected, she lived up to the challenge.
Keep Your Tips Up: Episode 1
From the parks of Whistler, BC to filming a movie to a crowded couch situation, last season for Sean Pettit was a busy one. Having just recovered from an ankle injury and fully into shooting for their new film "Masquerade," Sean and the Superproof crew kick off the winter, supported by in-house hero the Groovemeister. Let the shenanigans begin.
"After The Sky Falls" Trailer: Nimbus Independent's Newest Dream
After almost a decade, the Nimbus Independent trio of Eric Pollard, Chris Benchetler and Pep Fujas have created hours of beautiful ski footage that has reshaped the sport's definition of style. For their newest film, "After The Sky Falls," is the next step in that legacy. From Japan to Italy to Hood, this is a ski flick worth watching.
Bomb Snow TV S3 E1: Checkin' Out
The Bomb Snow TV crew are no strangers to the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, especially the terrain around the Boulder Hut. Owned and operated by Mark and Sarah Yancey and their two children, it's a full-on family backcountry experience, and offers pretty much anything any rider could want. For the first episode of their second season, Bomb Snow Magazine shows that at Boulder Hut, it all goes.
Sander Hadley: "Ostlay"
In another phenomenal web edit, low-key ninja Sander Hadley gives an on-snow tribute to his recently passed father. In "Ostlay"--or "lost" in pig latin--Hadley is in full buttery, bouncy, flipping form, enjoying the skills his father taught him and enjoying life in general.
Erik Roner: A Video Tribute
On September 28th, the action sports community lost a legend when Erik Roner--skier, basejumper and family man--passed away in a skydiving accident in Squaw Valley, CA. Our wishes go out to Erik's family, and to all who knew him and were influenced by his many incredible exploits and general awesomeness as a human being. You will be missed.