“The most important gift that you receive by taking action in the direction of your dreams is not attaining your dreams, it’s you growing stronger and becoming a stronger version of yourself through the challenges, through the resistance, and because it’s hard.” Elliot Hulse
I’m beyond excited to receive an invite to the next step of the 2016 PSIA-AASI National Team selections, and I’m stoked to head to Breckenridge in April with 60 of the most passionate ski and snowboard instructors and trainers in the world! Thank you to my friends, family, colleagues, and mentors who’ve helped and supported me in this crazy, awesome career. It’s been a wild 12 years, and it just keeps getting better!
This fall I uploaded some videos from a few years ago. I have a bunch more to post, but before I do, here’s the highlights. Continue reading “Videos from Silverton and Alaska”
This week saw some incredibly deep snow in Colorado, and Tuesday 12/22 I was able to get out ride with a new Feiyu Tech 4G GoPro gimbal. The footage speaks for itself. Continue reading “Pow day at Vail with a Feiyu Tech Gimbal”
In 1998 I took a roadtrip with two good friends that launched a career in the snowsports industry. Because of that trip I started teaching snowboarding and joined the American Association of Snowboard Instructors 11 years ago. At the time I thought I’d teach for a year or two, but then something happened, and stumbled into my dream career.
Learn a little more about that trip and about my journey through the ski and snowboard industry in this 5 minute interview – part of my application to the 2016 PSIA-AASI Snowboard Team. Continue reading “Up Close and Personal for PSIA-AASI”
Originally posted on SnowboarderGuide.com
We all know people who were bullied, or affected by bullying, in school. Spoken Word poet Shane Koyczan and a team of animators have created beautiful, awesome, moving piece of art about bullying, titled “To This Day.” Check it out below the fold. Continue reading “Snow Bullying and Shane Koyczan’s “To This Day” Animated Spoken Word”