Blake Wilson was getting after it last year, proving himself to be a top-dog in the pow and the park to which this edit is a testament to. He’s got a big bag of tricks on backcountry jumps and his knuckle trick wizardry is insane. People might have thought he was the token powder skier when he made it to the Level 1 SuperUnknown XVI without a single park or rail shot in his qualifying edit. Frames shows why he was crowned king of the up-and-comers at the Winter Park terrain park this past year, earning himself the opportunity to film with Level 1 Productions and a place among previous winners such as Corey Vanular, Tom Wallisch and Magnus Granér.
A word from Wilson about the film:
“2019 was a strange year, lots of ups and downs at the beginning and super highs to super lows in the spring. I broke sled parts, truck parts, camera parts. However when I think about my winter as a whole, there are so many frames that stand out. I met so many amazing friends, got to ski some awesome snow and hang out with the homies in beautiful places. These are the frames I remember the most. This is my 2019 season edit.”