Lorenz Holder's winning photo originally ran in the SNOWBOARDER 2013 Buyer's Guide.Read More
he wait to discover the top 50 finalists and overall winner of the world’s largest action and adventure sports photography contest is almost over.Read More
Snowboarding and photography have always gone hand in hand. Gorgeous images give us something to aspire to, whether it’s a line on an untouched Alaskan pitch, or a perfect method […]Read More
From Ian Ruhter:
In the process of preparing the time machine, I had no idea this would become one of the most extraordinary journeys to date. It would propel me into the future where I meet Chase Jarvis, one of the greatest photographers of all time. It would then send me back in time to meet with my old friend, Peter Line, the best snowboarder of this era.
All of a sudden I found myself in the present, making a picture of Ishmael Butler from the Diggable Planets. I had travelled the way you would in a dream, taking me backward into the future. A future where you paint with silver and light.
Not so long ago, four stars were created, and they each started on their own separate journeys through the universe. Astronomers once thought the chance of stars colliding was roughly once in an eternity. For this to happen in our lifetime, would be a rare and remarkable event. If scientists could predict these collisions in the future, does this mean their paths are pre-determined?
In my journey through life, it was never clear if my path was pre-determined, or if I had the ability to alter my own destiny. I would like to believe that my journey through this universe has already been mapped out. If so, then building this camera, and meeting these incredible people has been no accident, and this explains the theory that everything happens for a reason. Are we all part of a bigger picture?
Perfect Moments of Shred – a photo fundrasiers for the A-Rob Plant a Seed Foundation – March 15, 2013Read More
Words and Photos: Kyle Beckmann
In October there is always something to look forward to in the Tahoe area, Boreal Opening Day. And this year, on October 26th, the guys over at Boreal didn’t disappoint. With around 3 feet of natural snow falling earlier in the week, it was poised to be a fun opening session. Lane, Brandon, and the rest of the terrain park staff definitely did it right, laying out about 12 features including a small jump, down tube, propane tank, a few boxes, and a super poppy pole jam. There wasn’t a shortage of shredders either. People came from as far as Bend, OR and SLC, UT to session Castle Peak lift and the fun little park. If you ended up not wanting to ride all day, Woodward Tahoe had its doors open, and a lot of people took advantage of some tramp and skate sessions. If you get a chance, go shred! Check rideboreal.com and woodwardtahoe.com for more details on what’s open, and what times.
Photos: Neil DaCosta, Taylor Brubaker and Mike LeBlanc
In March 2012, a posse of athletes and personalities from Stussy and Holden set out on a journey from the snowy mountains of Oregon, to the rugged coastline of Southern California. The objective of the trip was to test the live-ability, quality and function of the Stussy by Holden collection through deep snow, good waves and everything in between.
Pat Bridges catches up with photographer Rob Mathis in our latest edition of our "Lens Crafters" interview series.Read More
For our latest edition of our "Lens Crafters" interview series we introduce you to Sweden-based photographer Daniel BlomRead More
Superpark 16: Day 5 Photos & Recap.Read More