David and I decided to put together a video project for the year focusing on his experiences and stories as the season progresses. David recently moved back to Montana and is getting in touch with the things that sparked his love for skiing. This episode focuses on the early season and the start of a great winter.
Cinematography by Bobby Jahrig, Dillon Jenkins, and Rainbird Visuals.
Edited by Bobby Jahrig
Howl (Instrumentals) by Florence And The Machine
Just Dropped In by Kenny Rodgers.
The Greatest thing about celebrations in Montana is that you can always count on a pretty polite self reliant party crowd. Have you ever thought about what it would be like to combine all of your favorite things into one weekend? That’s what the Red Ants Pants festival and foundation has accomplished for the last 4 years. Enjoy this festival and more with Celebrate Montana coming this fall.
Cinematography///Tom Vincent//Dillon Jenkins
This episode follows Montana locals getting out and exploring the vast wilderness that is just outside our back door. Montana has so much terrain, and so few people to get out and ski it, so the choices are endless if you are willing to put on those skins and break a sweat. Hiking into a zone is a completely different experience then you would get from riding a chairlift and the satisfaction after working hard to get up something and then being rewarded by fresh, untouched turns down is a feeling unmatched. This is a story about real people earning their turns and enjoying every minute of it.
Sometimes you have to leave and go experience another place to refuel your love for your home. This January the crew decided to get out of Montana and headed North to B.C. and spent some time around Nelson, and at Fernie Wilderness Adventures Cat Skiing.