On a day when the Tetons and Wyoming Range had high avalanche danger, William, Arron, and I took the 1.5 hour drive to Togwotee Pass, just outside of Dubois. They had had over a foot of snow in the last couple days, and we carefully navigated to find lower angle runs.
After the credits roll there is a behind the scenes look at the "Making of the 'Making of.'"
Our fun-filled day concluded with a zesty pizza at Payas, in Dubois.
Footage shot with Panasonic GF1 with the 20mm f.17 pancake lens.
Dreaming is a film about the contrast of beauty and danger inherent in backcountry skiing. These far away mountains untouched by humans, left pristine from the last snowfall. Once accessed hold limitless potential and call on only the creativity of the riders to select what mark they will leave on the mountain side.
Directed: Jamie Tanner
Additional Cinematographer: Mike Goldstein