We all know a snowboarders career can be over before it even starts. My idea for this feature was to show what the riders might look like after years of chasing pow, girls, and the general lifestyle of a snowboarder. The talented Feet Banks penned the words, Amy Diedrich came out and did a stellar job on the makeup.
Thanks to the riders that made this happen and putting up with my crazy ideas,SBC for supporting the vision, the Squamish SPCA for the feline rental and if you are looking for a cat go see them they’ve got you covered.
I always love the opportunity to shoot something new. I have wanted to shoot some climbing shots for a while now so when I got the call from a client to shoot a famous Squamish climb and create a custom print for a gift I jumped at the opportunity. Proper Design handled the printing and knocked it out of the park on the extra large canvas.
Dusting off a hard drive and came across this file of Black Tusk.Probably one of the most shot mountains in the region and for good reason. With the weather we have been having lately I can’t wait for a clear day to see the mountains new coats.
The last issue for this season of Snowboard Canada just dropped and Feet Banks and I have a feature in it. I am so happy with the way it turned out, the design team there knocked it out of the park. It is so great to have the support of SBC they are not afraid to take chances when you come at them with a bit of a different idea, something you don’t see much of in any other snow industry publication these days. A big thank you to the rider’s that were involved, they not only killed it in the backcountry but went the extra mile for the portraits as well. Thanks so much to everyone that helped pull this one off.