What are some snowboard films that resonate with you from before you were a pro snowboarder?
Vivid, by Absinthe. TB9 and TB10.
How did you hear about the film and how did you get involved to work on Resolution?
I got a phone call from Pat Bridges. He told me about the film and the riders involved in it and asked if I wanted to be a part of it, and of course I wanted to it.
Mikkel. Photo: Mike Yoshida
How was your approach to filming for Resolution different from other projects you’ve worked on in the past?
It usually goes the same every winter but this year was different because I got to shred with riders I never usually get to ride with. That’s always a blast.
What were some of the highlights of your winter?
For sure going to Alaska with Jake Blauvelt, Mikey Rencz and Ben Ferguson, because I have always dreamed of riding more lines and I finally got to do it this winter. The mountains are impressive and beautiful up there. It’s just one of those places I want to snowboard.
What were some of the lowlights of your winter?
Nothing really, except the waiting game for snow and trying to figure out where to go. It can be a gamble, sometimes.
What was the craziest thing you saw in the streets or the backcountry while filming?
We did see some huge avalanches in BC in the early season this winter. You need to be safe out there.