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Nothing to Prove, The Movie - Part 2

September 2014 - Transworld Snowboard Magazine

(I worked as a still photographer on this two part movie presented by TWS)

Nothing To Prove part two tells the stories of snowboarding in Utah through the eyes of the Celtek Gloves crew. After getting their fill of street riding in part one the crew packed up their bags and headed off to Utah in search of more shred. Once in Utah they meet up with snowboarders Chris Grenier, Griffen Sibert, and Sam Taxwood for some resort riding. But then the snow fell and there was powder to be ridden. Bjorn Leines returned after his injury and headed into the backcountry with Chris Grenier, Aaron BiittnerRandy Vannurden, and Krister Ralles. Where the boys lay waste to all kinds of backcountry features.

Once the snow dried up it was time for the holy bowly. Cale Zima, Brandon Hammid, Ted Borland, Deadlung, Bode Merrill, Ben Bilodeau, Erik Leines, Lucas Magoon, Kazu Kokubo, and a few more made their way out of the woodwork to compete in the contest. The movie ends with some more backcountry riding from Bjorn Leines, Chris Grenier, Aaron Biittner, and Krister Ralles. Aaron Biittner’s full part from the Nothing To Prove movie drops next Wednesday exclusively at TWSNOW.com.


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Video grass Party @ Rail Gardens

Shot for Snowboarder Magazine - December 2010

Friday Night. December 3, 2010. Snow in the streets of Salt Lake City. Snowboarders.  The Rail Gardens. Pizza. Homemade trophies. Beer. Videograss. Grass. Music. Friends. Lights. Generators. PARTY.

The party was cool until LNP brought Meryl Streep and David Hasselhoff.

The party was cool until LNP brought Meryl Streep and David Hasselhoff.

A film-season kick off party? I wouldn’t take it that far, but by the time you read this, just about every crew in snowboarding will be fully operational, stacking shots, and doing what they do best.

fter The Hoff broke up the party and scared off the girls, it was a pretty mellow scene. (Clockwise -> Young Brady Larson, surprisingly not pictured with his BFF Ben. Justin Bennee came equipped with the beats, and some pizza. -> Got great grass on video, Videograss’s videos.

fter The Hoff broke up the party and scared off the girls, it was a pretty mellow scene. (Clockwise -> Young Brady Larson, surprisingly not pictured with his BFF Ben. Justin Bennee came equipped with the beats, and some pizza. -> Got great grass on video, Videograss’s videos.

Justin Meyer and the Videograss crew were generous enough to bust out their lights and generators to throw a little get down at one of snowboarding’s most well known spots. The Rail Gardens. A proving ground, a hangout, a practice spot, a measly dog park. Call it what you will, the Rail Gardens gets more play than weird/cute animal youtube vidoes on Huggy’s computer.

Chris Bradshaw appears.

Chris Bradshaw appears.

Word of the session spread like the sickening pollution that loves SLC, and a great group of rides came out of the woodwork for a 3 hour fiesta that was bound to have pleased La Nina. Grenier was even so kind as to weld some trophies out of scrap metal beforehand. Good times indeed.

Brandon Hammid is a party animal, not a Taliban member.

Brandon Hammid is a party animal, not a Taliban member.

Come January, Videograss will release their Rail Gardens Party edit right here on SNOWBOARDERmag.com to kick off a series of exclusive edits that will, if I heard correctly, be some of the dopest shit ever.

Johnny Miller

Johnny Miller

Zack Hale

Zack Hale

LNP

LNP

 

 


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