Friday, March 28, 2014

What We Called, You Saw

With The Braves season opener just three days away, it's time to relive one of the great moments of the 2013 season. With the Braves trailing the Dodgers 4-2 on May 17th, Justin Upton hit a Grand Slam to put the Braves in front 6-4. Drew Milton and I predicted the grand slam would happen and caught the experience on video. You only have so many Justin Upton grand slam predictions that you catch on video in your life:

Here's what we called:

Here's what you saw:

See you at the Ted.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Heli Ski Picture Highlights March 2014

6 days of helicopter skiing in Blue River, British Columbia.

One of my favorite shots.

Glacier Skiing in the Monashee Mountains. 


Hard to see, but that's my Dad skiing down that chute. 

The most unique Canadian take away.

View from the back of the Heli.

Avalanche run out.

Untouched tree skiing. About 110,000 feet of it to be exact.

Action Dust

Our lead guide cold rip it.

Great shot, my Dad ripping through the trees.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Defining Moments

For the past year I have spent hours dreaming of what the experience of helicopter skiing would be like. Envisioning the process, the views of the mountains, and the untracked turns to be had.  Over the course of the last week that, dream became real. It was an incredibly exhilarating experience that etched my mind with never ending memories. Majestic views, untracked powder runs all day long, a helicopter for a chair lift, and most importantly a experience that I was able to take in with my Dad. As I sift through the pictures, stories and memories from the trip, I keep coming back to  three pictures that define why my main passion has always been on a pair of snow skis.  Three frames of one powder turn in the Cariboo Mountains in Blue River, Canada, defining my every thought, dream and desire.