Rolleiflex Portra 800 film

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Exciting stuff shooting film! I feared that I might have a roll of nothing, but I’m happy with my first experiments and I’m excited to develop more B&W films soon. Already addicted I think.rolle-6-E089741-R1-05-6 rolle-5-E089741-R1-04-5 rolle-7-E089741-R1-06-7 rolle-8-E089741-R1-07-8rolle-4-E089741-R1-03-4 rolle-10-E089741-R1-09-10 rolle-11-E089741-R1-10-11 rolle-12-E089741-R1-11-12rolle-2-E089741-R1-01-2 rolle-3-E089741-R1-02-3rolle-1-E089741-R1-00-1

Habitate Photography

A few outtakes from a Photoshoot for Habitate Edible landscapes in Waitati – just out of Dunedin. The goal was to capture images that project Habitates ideals of creating productive home gardens. The images would be used for Habitates new website and for stock to be used later.
Habitate create dynamic, beautiful and productive gardens to nourish your family with fresh fruit, herbs and vegetables, looking at the whole picture integrating functional landscape elements using Permaculture design.


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3rd Annual Revelstoke Reunion

For the past three years a group of us that hung out in Revelstoke, Canada have met up back here in New Zealand for a weekend get together. This year we were in Ohau. We even had Jared all the way from Clevland, Ohio and Ben from Australia join us. We skied the first day, but due to not great snow conditions we decided to explore up the valley the next day. It was well worth it

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Okarito – Beaches, Mountains and Sunsets

Last week I had the pleasure of heading to the west Coast of the South Island with a friend to photograph the Okarito Lodge and landscapes of the beautiful surroundings. Laura at Okarito Lodge was an awesome host showing us around the bush walks and taking us kayaking. I highly recommend checking it out if you want a relaxing time away. Here are some outtakes from the road trip.

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Concentrating on chasing winters throughout my life meant that Indonesia was my first island holiday destination. There for three and a half weeks I traveled to Bali, the Gilli Islands and Lombok. I met lots of awesome new people during my travels, both locals and fellow tourists. These photos are some of what I saw during my travels as I snorkeled, surfed, partied, sunbathed, hiked and of course photographed my way around the place.

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Polytoxic Loves You


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Polytoxic is based in Brisbane, Australia, and creates work inspired by the traditions of the Pacific, the guts of physical performance and the crimes of pop culture.

Incorporating dance-theatre, physical cabaret and visual design, the company’s ethos is to create entertaining, robust work with a political, contemporary and satirical bite.

Sierra Quitiquit


WordPress portfolio site for Skier and Model Sierra Quitiquit


While Sierra’s career as a model for brands like American Eagle, Lulu Lemon, and Nike rockets forward, her skiing is quickly and simultaneously coming into its own. Her recent moves to Discrete, Spyder and Volkl are defining her as not only one of the hardest-charging skiers in the scene but a respected representative of brands reaching across industry lines.


Emerald Bluffs

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Emerald Bluffs offers secluded living in a spectacular natural environment combined with the highest levels of sophistication and comfort. On the doorstep of Mt Aspiring National Park, located between Wanaka township and Treble Cone ski field, Emerald Bluffs is set within a naturally restored landscape overlooking Lake Wanaka, New Zealand.
The 85 hectare property, comprised of seven sites and large communal grounds is nestled in the hills with views over the dramatic alpine landscape and offers total privacy and seclusion. Committed to excellence, Emerald Bluffs represents a unique ecological legacy, through the careful revegetation and restoration of the natural habitat. Set up as a not-for-profit model, all profits from the sales of the sites will be contributed to local environmental projects through a charitable trust. The multi award winning C3 house concept demonstrates a world leading approach to sustainable luxury living.

Tour New Zealand – North

Over the Christmas break I took off on a road trip to the North Island of New Zealand with my friend Ben. Having spent most of my life chasing winters it was an eye opener to see all of the amazing beaches up north.
We met loads of super friendly people both travelers and locals, who helped us along the way and gave us a bed to give us a break from our tents when we needed it. Thanks to Abby and Dan for hooking us up an awesome place for New Year and Ken, Cam and family in Opotiki.
We scored some some good surf at the start of the trip and as the swell dropped off we moved onto doing more mountain biking. If you’re from the south Island and haven’t explored the north during summer I couldn’t recommend it enough!


World Heli Challenge 2013

Over the previous 2 weeks I had the privilege to compete in The photographer shootout during the World Heli Challenge.
A two week long event, it consists of two on snow heli days and a bunch more activities with an awesome international and local crew of athletes and filmers. Above is my overall Heli challenge entry and below are my entries into the other categories. +  a bunch more photos I shot over the two weeks. I’m stoked that I won 3 photo catergories, The Canon Overall, the freestyle day and the Wanaka Lifestyle award.
Unfortunately the Big Mountain day didn’t run this year due to, weather and snow conditions. Check out the rest of the photos and films on the World Heli Challenge website and their facebook page.


The White House

Since the first time I visited the White House I’ve always wanted to photograph inside the restaurant. Currently I have two good friends working there, Tania who you see here and Gus who is one of the Chefs. With all the new bars and restaurants in Wanaka, it’s great to have a place that has a little more history and soul. The White House truly is the funkiest of fine dining establishments in Wanaka. Thanks to Tania for helping me out and to the White House for letting me photograph in the restaurant.







47 Frocks


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Since opening our doors in 2010 47 Frocks have strived to ensure Wanaka’s fashionistas and visitors from out of town have a place that reflects their desire to look good and feel fantastic. We are happy to say we are now the ‘go to’ place for the ranges from top New Zealand fashion designers and their collections available each season – a role we will continue to work at.

Luke Shanahan

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“Luke is one of Australasia’s hottest new talents, with a highly recognisable signature to his work that blends (black) comedy with performance and a unique observational eye. Plus a healthy streak of the absurd. Besides his distinctive commercial reel, Luke brings his growing success in film and now television to add to his experience base. His short films have screened globally and he now has his first feature film – Talk Fast – in development. His bark is worse than his bite (and he doesn’t bite, so you should be fine).” — Robbers Dog

1st annual NZ Revelstoke reunion

A weekend away with Revelstoke Kiwi/Aussie dropouts… Tekapo/round hill and then up to Castle Hill to ski Craigiburn

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Some photos from my week long adventure in Mexico while I was visting my friend Eduardo. Eduardo was an amazing guide taking me to places I would never think to go as a tourist. I was amazed at the friendly nature of all the Mexicans. I felt a little invasive with my camera but realised after a while that most people actually liked getting photos taken. We spent the first couple of days in Gualarahara and then headed to the coast where we stayed in San Blas and then headed down to the tourist spot Puerto Vallarta for some relax and party time and then back to Gualarahara.

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Tim Pierce

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Tim Pierce

Tim Pierce grew up in the wild. He was born in Papua New Guinea and raised in Wanaka, amongst the mountains, lakes and wilderness of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, an adventurous background which has led him to carve out a niche for himself as an extreme sports photographer, cinematographer and director.

Portland –> Tahoe –> Coachella

After spending a year and a half in Revelstoke, BC Canada I was sad to say goodbye to all the amazing people and places that had filled that time. Although at the same time I was excited about the next month of adventure which would take me down the west coast of the United States, inland to Tahoe and down to the Music festival Coachella. ( and later to Mexico and home.. photos to come )

The following photos are some random images I captured during the trip and include photos from Portland, Oregon, the coast of California and sights from Coachella. Wez and I were lucky enough to be hooked up by a friend and Portland local – Colleen, who organized for us to crash with her friend Katherine. She was nice enough to let two strange Kiwis into her apartment and show us around Portland even though she had never met us. Portland is a sweet city!

From there it was on to Tahoe to hang out with old college friends and attend a college party. Thanks Kieth for the place to stay. After Tahoe we checked out San Fran, crashed in the van in AAArons driveway, picked up Troy in LA, rode some roller coasters and headed to Coachella to meet up with the Revychella crew who had come down from Revelstoke. Good times.

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I love mountains

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Our Portland host Katherine, Thanks Katherine and Colleen!

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They are not dead.

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California Skys

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I’m not sure either

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I’m not really sure what the Polo team did whilst riding around the camp ground… but they look cool

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Troy the Van smuggler

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Festival people

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Yes he is wearing a wig

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It was hot so sunsets were a beautiful relief

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Crowds of people

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Dodgeball games

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Wez was colorful

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Girls Do Ski

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Girls Day Out was started in 2007 to get more female skiers on the slopes and connect those already out there. The two-day camps are designed to activate your true ski potential. Girls Day Out’s foundation is to provide a supportive community of like-minded female athletes to help you grow on and off your skis.

Revelstuck – Revelstoke Photographer showdown

My winning entry to the Revelstoke Photographer show down – shot over 3 days at Revelstoke Mountain Resort and the backcountry around Revelstoke. Enjoy!

Thanks to all that helped me out getting this done in some challenging conditions!

Revelstuck from Mickey Ross on Vimeo.

My winning entry to the Revelstoke Photographer show down – shot over 3 days at Revelstoke Mountain Resort and the backcountry around Revelstoke. Enjoy!

Thanks to all that helped me out getting this done in some challenging conditions!

Song is Welcome Home by Radical Face

Goldstream Camping

We just hit up a couple of days camping up Lake Revelstoke towards Mica Dam at Goldstream. Although there are no ski pics, we did get a couple of awesome days touring, finding some terrain that will need to be sessioned some more. Good food, skiing and peeps and a great fire. (Fire photos are fun)

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Skin drying

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Mick’s Curry

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Skin in Accom

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A different kind of Asulkan

My third trip to the Asulkan Cabin was a different one. Without the usual bottomless powder and some awesome stability we took the opportunity to Explore. We did the Jupiter Traverse which includes Caster, Pollux and Leda peaks and ends in the Thorington descent. Thanks to the crew for another awesome mission into Rogers! Oh and I heard from some swiss guy that Laura Flannery slayed Forever Young Couloir! Will miss you Laura, safe travels.

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Day one short mission up to Asulkan pass..

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Touring up the Asulkan Glacier

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View back to the Cabin

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Approaching Caster

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Lauren being rad

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Climbing the step to the summit of peak 2 Pollux

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Up to Pollux

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Down climb off Pollux

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Justin and Will

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Handle bar

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Happy, tired, warm hut

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Awesome moon glow light

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shitty view

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Jared’s Cabin

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Elin and Dougy arriving 10pm

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Swiss white jump suit

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Looking down the Asulkan valley to Rogers Pass center…

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team random

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Home in sight

The LOVEism

Check out my brother Jason’s latest shed project…. a fat 5’2′ twin fin surfboard…. I think it looks beautiful and love the Loveism logo he designed.
“I cant rave about it too much yet as I haven’t had good waves on it yet.
But pretty stoked for a first foam board.
5’2” x 21 1/2 x 2 1/2
outline is kinda George Greenough kneeboard x bob simmons
Foil, rails and fins bob simmons inspired (s deck, pinched rails, hull entry, chimed rails)
hense the name is an anagram of sim (mons) and VELO (georges kneeboard)”

Balu Pass and Beyond

Even though Rory didn’t keep to the contracted leaving time (two hours late) haha… yesterday was still and epic tour in Rogers Pass with Keith, Rory and a couple more. We toured straight up Balu Pass and then carried on behind and skied down to the highway. I’ve not been getting out touring too much lately and am not very tour fit, so was wrecked by the end of the day. Here are some photos from the journey. Merry Christmas people.

Not Balu Pass but sunset from Revelstoke resort the other day

My not so light tour set up along with my computer fitness makes for a slow mickey


Rory with the other waiting up above

Snow and a spot on my sensor I need cleaned…..

Rory getting Radical, down climbing to the slope

Keith shredding, the only action shot of the day

Walk walk

  Sun getting low before the descent

Finally down!

Mt Sir Donald


Sun light glimpsing Mt Sir Donald as it sets on another powdery day in Rogers

Getting dark as we reach the highway. Tired, cold, hungry, happy

From Summer to the Asulkan

In the last month I’ve gone from mountain biking and hiking to hiking and skiing. The hiking pics below are from the Hermit hike in Rogers Pass, where a month later we would be skiing knee deep pow at the same elevation. Oh Canada….

Nath, the local champ on a bike

Britt came back!

The hike team

Alpine lake Hermit Hike bout 2500m

What does that say? Mt Sir Donald in the Back

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Britt keeping warm

This past week I was back up at the Asulkan Hut with a rad crew.. Mike and Dennis lugged there instruments and talent all the way up for extra good night times


The hut from Upstairs


Giant Feather


Leslie and Sean

First photo from a pretty sweet timelapse taken

Down in Revy Autumn is fully on, with leaves everywhere

Long exposure looking at the Courthouse across the Columbia River – Revelstoke

Burn offs?


Your Mum called….

Managed to have an epic birthday of sun, swims and an amazing hike up into Rogers pass.

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The result of a 2 hour hike up into Rogers Pass was this view. Oh my god it’s sooo beautiful! haha ha



pumped – Erin and Laura


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Hi I’m a Marmot

I’m just chillin

I live in a shit place.


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Canadian Open DH

In line with the Reaper theme I messed with these photos quite a lot… just for fun..

Heckler Rock in Action

Womans winner Rachel Atherton

Things about to get ugly

don’t mess with the reaper

No one got away without grief from the Heckler rock crowd

Top off on the rock

the world has gone media crazy, there was approx 4 000,000 cameras and go pros and such on this rock!

New Zealand’s Cameron Cole

Winner Steve Smith

Defending Champ Gee Atherton

Rachel Atherton



I’ve been in Whistler for the last month, hanging out living in a somewhat interesting place with all the critters of Whistler… been good times so have decided to stay! First place was just for a month so have just moved into a sweet new place with more cool peps -Thanks Izzy and Jeff. Have been cruising round on Pinky my sweet ride. Pretty funny (and scary) slaying single track on the Laser Robotic as she’s called. Looking forward to a real mountain bike (sorry pinky) and good times all summer!
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The Train Wreck. Def want to come back here and shoot some MTB shots!

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Trees everywhere here getting in the way of sunsets… :)

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WM Bike now open for business..

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Squirrel hanging in my room.

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“Mum he’s riding a pink bike!”

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The “Laser Robotic” (Pinky)

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I’ve been wanting to build a non flash full screen slideshow for a while, so thought with a little time on my hands, now was as good a time as ever. Took a selection of photos from the past winter and added some music. Click on the image below to check it out.
Slideshow Canada 2010/11

One Last Fling with Winter

A quick edit of our time at Asulkan Cabin. Sorry the video quality is not great but we were concentrating on the skiing!

About three weeks ago I lucked out and got a spot for three days of touring at the Asulkan Cabin in Rogers Pass. We had aspirations of skiing some chutes and gaining some peaks but mother nature had other ideas for us. It snowed the whole time we were there which made avalanche conditions pretty sketchy. We had to stick to the trees on some low angle terrain to make sure we were all safe, at some points this was a little frustrating as there was almost too much snow for some descents. One day the Pass road was closed with bombing going on all around to clear the highway which was a little disconcerting. Although we didn’t get to ski some lines we wanted to we weren’t complaining about getting some more super deep days in for the season!

drive by tourism usa

With not much time to burn as we had some km’s (and time) to kill I took a few snaps of the sites I saw as I drove from Revelstoke B.C to Tahoe and back again via the California coast. Nearly all we shot from the passenger seat.

Sky Dive Center near Sacramento CA.

Wind Power

Fast Cars

Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco

Redwood forests on the coast

Seattle’s Best


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and road

Seattle’s Space Needle

kicking it

Five of us from Revelstoke swapped out our Season passes for a couple of day passes at Kicking Horse resort. (Joined by three more the second day) We were all set with our token Canadian , telemarker, girl, snowboarder, and ski racer. All being Kicking Horse virgins it took some time to find the goods but with a bit of hiking Kicking Horse has some  sweet in bounds terrain. (85 inbounds chutes they claim) After pulling out the terrain map and asking locals where to go a few times we decided we all looked like a bunch of punters with day passes hanging off our jackets so we decided we would keep a tally, not of gnar points but day passer points. Rory Camm was awarded the ultimate day passer award for asking an angry local where the groomed runs are at the top of a particularly gnarly hike.

Day Passer Crew minus a few.

Kicking Horse apparently has the highest Restaurant in Canada. There she goes.

Newly opened Super Bowl with Terminator 2 Peak has some nice in bounds terrain and some even better slack country terrain beyond the ropes. With 85 cm falling in the previous week avo conditions were a bit dodgy so we found some more mellow terrain so as not get caught in another one of these – check below.

The snow and skiing was sweet, with the bowls leading into nicely gladed tress with sweet pow the whole way down.

Simon Charlebois

Mmmm snow.

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Top of Terminator 2 Peak hike

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The Crew stretching it up after a long day.

210 Mulock

210 Mulock. Leslie, Britt, Sean, Mickey..Here is just one day of skiing at the hill for us. Sorry more helmet cam footage! have been planning on doing some real filming but when the pow is this good…… footage from Sean and I of one day skiing at Revelstoke Ski Resort featuring the ski bum team from 210 Mulock st. Britt’s cousin and friends were also visiting so the house was pretty full and hectic in the morning. Also did a few runs with Mr Rory Camm. Sorry no footage of Britt shredding on her board. Britt get with the program and get a helmet cam like the rest of Revelstoke!.. haha.


Just arrived back from a good trip to Red Resort in Rossland B.C Travelled down there with Si Reeves and Rory Camm. The mess above is the result of a rock falling on my head about 10 seconds after I took the photo below. Was sitting under a cliff which was thawing out in the sun when I got one right in the head. At first I didn’t think the damage was too bad but then the blood started to pour out the front of my hat. It bled quite a lot for a couple of minutes but luckily it stopped pretty fast. Ended up with 5 stitches so all patched up now.

After getting hooked up a sweet condo for the first couple of nights Rory’s friend had us to stay at his even better ski house in Rossland.

Conditions were a little challenging as it had rained a bit before we arrived but got better after 10-15cm fell after the second day.

Mr Rory Camm.

Si Reeves shredding in the trees and chilling below.

stopped snowing

So it finally stopped snowing! yay? anyway it was good to have a nice clear day to go out and take some pics. Has warmed up so the bottom of the mountain is now pretty crusty but the top is sweet. Avalanche conditions are pretty bad right now so I went out with Sean and Leslie my flatmates to take some pow shots in some mellow terrain. Below are some shots from the day, loving my camera for stills!  Go Nikon haha.

scoping lines.

Leslie took the camera and snapped some pics of me, always nice to get in front of the lens!

Going huge!

Heading to Rossland and Red Mountain to take some pics. More snow coming. Should be good times!

been snowing..

Due to there being so much snow and therefore having to ski all the time I have not been updating the blog. I did make a couple of Videos, one from pow skiing and christmas and one of the Freeskiing world tour event here in Revelstoke. My friend and flatmate Sean competed so made an edit combining his helmet cam footage and video I took with my Nikon… a bit shaky but have since acquired a new video head which should make things a little easier. I want to film some more but that means not skiing! haha the great dilemma I face. I also haven’t taken many still shots of skiing for this reason, but Rory, Si and I are going on a bit of a roady to Rossland which will encourage me to

take some photos. The weather has warmed a little in the last day, still dumping!! snow up on the mountain but raining in town. See photos above….

Edit I made of Pow skiing and Christmas here in Revy

Freeskiing World Tour Revelstoke Stop Edit


Flatmate number two, Sean is back from guide training with Mustang Cat skiing. Have been out for a couple days skiing with him, but mostly we’re waiting for avo conditions to settle and for more snow to come (if that makes sense?) Although there is still some really good skiing to be had if you look for it a little. Thought I’d post a couple of snaps in the mean time….

checking out the sled

Sean shredding some pow


Pow Pow!… Conditions here in Revelstoke have, in the last 5 days gone from pretty average to epic! Apparently it happens fast around here. During the last week I’ve attempted to explore the mountain and might of seen half it? Thanks to Fly and Michelle and Riley for showing me around. I tried to tell myself to ease into skiing a little but when its dumped around 70cm it hard not to get excited. At the bottom of some runs I feel like crying my legs are so tired.  It’s a bit of a maze finding your way to some of the terrain through the trees but I’m starting to find my way around a little.  The snow that’s fallen has on not too much of a solid base, so there are still some hazards you have to look for…..small trees for example and  a few sharky rocks. Revelstoke is an awesome little ski town with a rad crew of locals and also quite a few Kiwis. I’m looking forward to taking some photos but for now I’m not going to waste this snow with a camera in hand. I have however got out my new Go Pro for a few runs and edited them up with some sequences I took over the last couple of weeks. I’ve not used Final Cut Pro for a few years so its been fun learning how again… here you are, check out my first effort below.


Snow is good. and it’s snowing.

Living 1 minute walk to town but with really only two neighbours in such a cool town makes me feel pretty lucky. The old dude that lives here is super friendly along with everyone else in Revelstoke. The butcher tells me he skied over 1,100,000 vertical feet last season (thats over 300km vertical) or about 500 laps top to bottom at t.c. I hope I ski that much. I guess it makes it easy when the local mountain has 1,713 metres vertical. Still waiting for mountain to open…………………………………………………………………

Fun with icicles and dinner with kiwi. There are quite a few of us here it seems……

My flatmate and I went for a ski down our road after a few wines. My first 13.2 meters vert this season.


Just cruising in Revelstoke at the moment, not much action, waiting for the hill to open which happens on friday…. just a few pics from the house and around town. Love having a big heavy camera again, was feeling a little under compensated there for a while! ha. Also been playing with a few time lapses which I might put up soon.


Blogging, not ever been good at it, but since I’ve stopped taking photos I decided that my trip away would be the return of photo taking times and to celebrate I bought myself a new camera (a Nikon! d7000) which I have to say, for some reason I love?  never thought I would move from canon but I figure the person that stole my 7d was trying to tell me something and I also made a new blog which is supposed to motivate me to take more photos….First photos are really just some snaps of what I’ve seen around me so far, (mostly from hotel balcony haha)  this is my first real post the previous two being stolen from other people, but if you haven’t watched them you should, both inspiring short films, one is a preview actually, but whatever, its good — All I can makes me dream of getting to revelstoke. can’t wait.