Brian Wulf

By: Ryan Dunfee (Tetongravity.com)  unReal, a collaborative mountain bike film between TGR™ and Squamish, British Columbia-based Anthill Films, will next summer take those stuck in the real world to a place beyond the realistic; creating a world where snow is fair game, 1000-pound mammals are riding partners, and anything is possible. Featuring riders Cam McCaul, Brandon Semenuk, Brett Rheeder, Tom van Steenbergen, Stevie Smith, Graham Aggasiz, Brook MacDonald, James Doerfling, Matt Hunter, Brandon Semenuk, an...
Awarded "Film Of The Year" at the 2014 International Freeski Film Festival. TGR™'s Almost Ablaze is a global odyssey combining state-of-the-art cinematography and the most progressive riding on The Planet. Experience a new level of sensory overload as each athlete is wired for sound, immersing the audience completely in the moment. Watch as athletes push the edge to realize a heightened state. Almost Ablaze highlights stunning locations, next-level riding, and the globetrotting lifestyle of these thrill-seeking...
From Jackson Hole to Cape Town, Locals travels the world showcasing the hidden gems not revealed in guidebooks. Locals is your personal companion and insider to the most intriguing outdoor communities around the world. The show will profile these Meccas through the eyes of athletes who live there. Produced by Teton Gravity Research. ...
We’re honored to have been the subject of a recent episode on 60 Minutes Sports. Throughout the past few months, the team at 60 Minutes has been traveling to Jackson to interview Steve, Todd, and Jeremy Jones. The episode showcased the evolution of Jeremy’s riding and the deep collaboration between Jeremy and his brothers Steve and Todd, who cofounded Teton Gravity Research. The timing of the episode is especially meaningful, as it coincides with the completion of Higher, the final installment of the trilogy...
Ten-time Big Mountain Rider of the Year winner Jeremy Jones revolutionized backcountry snowboarding with DEEPER, his 2010 ode to splitboarding and human-powered adventure. His 2012 sequel, FURTHER, took him to the planet's most remote mountain ranges and earned him a nod as a 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, and his environmental advocacy work with Protect Our Winters won him recognition as one of President Barack Obama's 2013 Champions of Change. Now Jones and his crew are elevating their game and ta...
A few weeks ago Luke Neumann teamed up with the engineers at GSS to create a short review of the C520 gimbal. As an experienced DP and having reviewed systems like the Cineflex Elite, Luke's familiarity with stabilized platforms is solid. His video describes the system's superior quality, ease of use, and unlimited customization. Ultimately his conclusion is simple, "it's the most impressive piece of technology I've ever had the pleasure of using." Our C520 is currently the only system available for rent in the comme...

The Co-Lab (2013)

11.20.2013

In the winter of 2012/2013, Teton Gravity Research unveiled The Co-Lab, an open-source film competition. With a $100,000 cash prize on the line — the largest in freeskiing history — the contest attracted both established professionals and unknown athletes from across the globe. Abandoning the conventions of traditional filmmaking, The Co-Lab handed the reins over to the people. With the platform and freedom to express its creativity, a new generation of athletes and filmmakers stepped into the spotlight. You chose y...
Thanks to Gyro Stabilized Systems and Nathan Garofalos we have a brand new show reel featuring footage shot with TGR's C520 system in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Alaska. Enjoy! Aerial DP: David Arnold, Doug Holgate, Carston Bell & Todd Jones Film Pilot: John Tamburro, Aaron Fitzgerald & Rob Marshall Editing: Nathan Garofalos Special Thanks: Teton Gravity Research, Nathan Garofalos, Angel City Air, U.S. Coast Guard & Goodyear Music: "Free Yourself" By Age of Aquarius, "Sight for the Blind"...
Shot on location in 2013, Teton Gravity Research’s Way of Life takes you on a journey to the mountains and inside the minds of today’s top athletes. With stunning imagery created with GSS, Red Cinema, and the Sony Action Cam, this film explores the origins of skiing in Austria, the search for original lines in Alaska, and the U.S. Freeskiing Team’s quest for Olympic gold. The adventure also leads athletes to the rugged terrain of Jackson Hole and the Tetons, as well as the backcountry of British Columbia. Regardle...
We knew our GSS C520 was the real deal- that's why we passed on competing systems such as the Shotover K1 or Cineflex Elite and decided against using the Spacecam or Pictorvision Eclipse. Thus it too made us happy to see so many news outlets touting our system as the future of aerial filmmaking. Check out the articles below to see what everyone had to say. Wired -  Check Out the San Francisco Bay Lights in 4K Glory The Golden Gate Bridge has long overshadowed its grayer, plainer companion, the San Francisco-Oakland...