Only the anticipation of a sick Alaska mission could make a guy smile like that. Matthew Tufts photo.
The first two things that come to mind about Ryan Hudson are that he's one of the most laid back, friendly humans I've ever met, and also one of the most interesting. After a full weekend of TGR premieres (you know how tiring that can be if you've ever been), Dark Starts, the Backcountry Splitboard Podcast rallied Ryan for a quick chat. Actually, the episode is more than two hours, but Ryan's charm and amazing life story will keep you captivated. The episode touches on how he came to love snowboarding, his new film, his relationships with mentors like Jeremy Jones and Chris Rutgers, and the brands that support him like Jones Snowboards and Patagonia, and even the best Mexican food in Salt Lake City. If you can't wait to see Mountain Revelations, give this a listen and it'll tide you over for at least a little while.
It was with great sadness on this day in 2014 that the world learned of the deaths of J.P. Auclair, Andreas Fransson, and Liz Daley, three individuals that all held different, but vital, places in the greater snow community. Mid-day yesterday, we began to hear news that J.P. and Andreas were in the Patagonian backcountry, toeing the Argentinean and Chilean borders, for their first film project together, which they were working on with the help of two Swedish partners, Bjarne Salen and Daniel
In the pursuit of personal connection in life, sport and art, Lamont Joseph White is an artist who is at the forefront of fine art and the portrayal of diverse characters in sport. Inspired by his life, his observations on race and privilege, his connection to the outdoor world, art and snowboarding - he was an indisputable candidate to take on the project of creating the film poster for TGR’s latest film, Mountain Revelations. Mountain Revelations showcases the diverse stories between
La Paloma Theater was the place to be in Encinitas, CA on Wednesday night. Taylor Fry photo. Mountain Revelations, TGR’s latest snowboard film featuring Ryan Hudson, Rafael Pease and Jeremy Jones premiered at La Paloma Theatre in Encinitas, California on Wednesday night before embarking on a nationwide tour. The film tells the story of the three professional snowboarders on a 10-day foot-powered mission into Alaska’s Chugach Range, where they explore epic lines and reflect on their