Office Jockeys Unite: Shredding from the Folks Behind TGR
For all of us who spend most of our time behind a desk, living vicariously through Instagram feeds and ski movie trailers, this video is for you. The folks behind the scenes at Teton Gravity Research prove that desk time doesn't mean no air time.
Richard Permin's Full Segment: MSP's "Superheroes of Stoke"
Besides crushing massive spines and styling huge park jumps, Richard Permin proves something else during his segment in Matchstick Productions's "Superheroes of Stoke"--he's fast. From the steeps of AK to the steeze of Whistler Blackcomb's park, for Permin there's no such thing as too big...or too fast.
Stellar Media: Artisan Series #3 -- Thayne Rich
While most film crews made their way to Japan this year, young-gun Thayne Rich and Stellar Media headed to Gulmarg, Kashmir for some big lines and equally tasty pow--as well as booterville galore. Thayne, a Salt Lake City native, proves slaying lines with style has nothing to do with age.
Crushing Pillows at Fairy Meadows, BC with the Bold Poles Crew
For anyone who's been to the Bill Putnam hut at Fairy Meadows, a short heli ride from Golden, BC, they know what living in a snowglobe feels like. They also know what an endless, untracked pillow playground feels like, as Owen Leeper and the boldpoles.com crew demonstrates on this mid-winter trip into possibly one of the Selkirk's most idyllic locales.
Andrew Whiteford's Dub Tales Episode 8: Just Skiing Along
While the snowpack was dubious in the Jackson area, the snowfalls were huge, and POV extraordinaire Andrew Whiteford took a break between filming to show us a few of his "relaxing solo days"...well, relaxing for Andrew. Personally, I think I would have filled my pants.
The Buddy System with Matt Philippi: Episode 1
While Wyoming saw massive snowfalls this year, they also saw some treacherous snowpacks. However, this didn't stop Matt Philippi, John Spriggs and company in their search for big lines, huge cliffs and over-the-dome turns. Between some rowdy airs and chest-deep Wyoming champagne, it looks they had a pretty damn good season.
Ian McIntosh 2013/14 Season Edit
Teton Gravity Research's Ian McIntosh is possibly the most powerful skier in the business these days, stomping seemingly impossible cliffs and flashing huge lines. In traditional Ian form, his recovery from a femur fracture last season has only left him more motivated--and wiser, as well.