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We will never know our full potential unless we push ourselves to find it. It's this self discovery that inevitably takes us to the wildest places on earth.
We'll never know our full potential unless we push ourselves to find it.
It’s not the destination but the adventure along the way.
Experiencing the world through Endless secondhand information isn't enough. If we want authenticity we have to initiate it.
Now you're gonna take beatings. It's written in our DNA, you know. You're gonna go down. You get up, it's that simple.
If we want authenticity we have to initiate it.
If we want authenticity, we have to initiate it. Self-discovery takes us to the wildest places on earth
What is snowboarding to me? I'd say it's when I feel passion. That is, if passion is a combination of utter joy, frustration and rage. It's my life.
You know, I wouldn't even call snowboarding a sport, you know for me it's just a way of life
When your location is a snowy mountain in the winter the obstacles are pretty extreme.
I find I enjoy myself most on those days when it's just me and a couple close friends away from it all. True human interaction in a day when we are all spread so thin.
Don't hurry, don't worry, and don't forget to smell the flowers.
We're all doing what we love. It's how we express ourselves - operating in a space where you don't know if something is possible or not.
I actually enjoyed getting lost in Japan's backroads, finding myself in a wasabi farm.
There's no doubt 'normal' is changing - spring actually came a month early in Alaska, for example, and we had to stop filming.
It was just on a whole other level, getting to experience and ride that terrain. We spent a fair amount of time in the Hakuba Valley.
I think it mostly comes down to trying to align with people who are down with a mission and will bring optimism.
I've been to Japan so many times, but I still constantly stumble across things that are so foreign to me.
When I finally got to go ride the mountains in Japan, it blew my mind.
What you ride and how you choose to ride is such a dynamic part of what this contest [ Ultra Natural] is built for.
One of the proudest things for me with this film [The Fourth Phase] is that year after year we put ourselves right out there making it and no one got seriously injured.
I love to snowboard with no cameras: 100 percent.
I was picking up surfing, which I also fell in love with. Then I was like, man, to combine the two [free ride and surfing ] would be perfect.
I knew I wanted to shoot in Japan early on. Years ago, we did a Japan segment in "The Community Project," and at the time I felt it was one of the better Japan segments ever captured.
Over the past six years, my girlfriend and I live on our boat two or three months a year. It's just one of our seasonal homes at this point.
It's probably the most personal project [The Fourth Phase] I've done, which changed the dynamic a little bit.
I'm really interested in revamping the Supernatural contest, so I'm going to put a lot of effort and energy into that going forward.
It would be really nice to have a venue stop in Japan someday. Japan would be perfect for it.
While researching the project [The Fourth Phase] I stumbled across this amazing research by a scientist called Dr Gerard Pollack who had done studies on what he called a 'fourth phase' of water.
We pretty much had crazy weather, historically speaking, in every location we filmed [The Fourth Phase]. Nothing has been normal in the past three years.
I'm very much looking forward to doing nothing fixed, just riding for fun.
The whole goal with this thing [Ultra Natural] from the start was to really let rider's style define them and their line choice.
I realized pretty quickly just how big and aggressive some of the mountains were down in Nagano Prefecture.
Even getting one amazing shot in a pristine environment is what I live for.
One of the deep routed motivations for looking at our connection to snow and its journey to our mountains came from Bryan Iguchi, who I rode with a lot when I was just a teenager.
I found myself tumbling down a 2000-foot face and my senses were so reduced. I couldn’t hear anything. It was totally peaceful. I was totally calm.