Describe all of the tools that you roll around with in your truck for rail missions. Do you think you are the most prepared snowboarder out there?
I have a bunch of tools (ladder, winch, grinder, jigsaw, Skilsaw, bunch of shovels, etc.) but I am not close to having as many tools as Anto Chamberland. That guy has everything you could imagine.
What are some snowboard films that resonate with you and the Québecois crew from before you were a pro snowboarder?
Neoproto, Afterbang, Lame, Afterlame and 91 Words For Snow.
Describe how hard it can be to deal with an injury, not just physically, but mentally as well.
Physically it wasn’t that bad, I had to wear a neck brace for 3 months and it wasn’t that painful. But mentally sometimes it would be hard. I think I am good at convincing myself that it could be worse.
What was it like filming with the Resolution crew rather than your friends from Québec, as you’ve done the previous few winters?
It wasn’t that much different because I film with Chris and Louif most of the time and I have filmed with them for a while. But it was cool to go out with new filmers and Harrison and the Arbor crew.
Describe what it’s like filming in the streets with Chris Grenier.
Chris has a lot of energy and he is good at saying a bunch of shit so it is always entertaining.
Describe what it’s like filming in the streets with Louif Paradis.
It is great because he knows what he is doing. He is a hard worker and he doesn’t talk too much, so he is a good fit with me because I talk for two.
Do you have any superstitions when you’re out filming in the streets?
No, I just like to wake up early so we have enough daylight.
How many beers did you drink at Superpark 20?
Probably around 100, and I was calm on the drinking, haha.
What are your plans for next winter?
Next winter I am filming for the Arbor movie. They are making a 2-year project and they already started filming last winter so I am gonna film as much as I can and it’s gonna be sick to travel with the team.