Shot on location at Eagle Pass Heli in British Columbia, Canada
A few images from the new issue of Snowboard Colorado, Volume 6, Issue 1.
Shot on location with Black Ops Heli in Valdez, AK, for Flow Snowboarding.
Shot on location in Valdez, AK for Flow Snowboarding.
Shot on location in Golden, British Columbia, Canada
Shot on location at Eagle Pass Heliskiing in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Stoked to see this super heavy sequence of Ozzy Henning in the latest issue of Snowboarder Magazine (Issue 28.2). This was one of those spots that I thought we would be at for hours and hours if not days and it was likely that we would not even be successful in the end. Kind of a photographers worst nightmare when it comes to spots and/or tricks. Well, Ozzy showed us all just how badass he is and had it done in maybe 2 hours. I think we were all a bit shocked including him. The one thing I'm not shocked about is seeing it in print. Well deserved Ozzy!
Stale Sandbech shot in Breckenridge at the Dew Tour, December 2013
I just spend the last week in Chicago shooting with Absinthe Films, and really enjoyed our day scoping the city. Although we did not find that many feasible spots to shoot (within the city proper) with the snow conditions given to us, we made the best of it and played tourist for the day.
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This trip was a highlight for the 2013-14 winter, or in this case almost summer, season. Along side Ryan Cruze, Mark Koelker, Mike Hood and Ritchie Colasanti, we boarded the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango and got dropped off in the middle of no where, Southwest Colorado. Despite a low snow year and a warm spring, the peaks were still holding and just being out there was nothing short of amazing. It had been over 10 years since visiting this mountain range and it was great to be back. Aside from a knee injury on the approach the trip was a roaring success and I look forward to doing something similar at the end of this winter. It was a great way to say good bye to winter and hello summer!
It's always an extra special honor to be published in any Photo Annual. Transworld's is no different. Brandon Cocard in Whistler, filming for Capita's Defender's of Awesome "Stay Bad Ass". Cover of Travis Rice by Scott Serfas.
Brandon Cocard whipping out a nice big old method in the Whistler Backcountry last winter while filming for Capita's second release "Defenders of Awesome" "Stay Bad Ass".
Nick Larson for Never Summer in the December issue of Snowboarder Magazine.