I met MarkCarter more than 10 years ago, and we have been good buddies ever since. Talk about two kids from opposite backgrounds, but there was something that brought us together — and that same thing has kept us best buds and business partners. We both met our first year in Jackson Hole while working for the Park & Pipe crew, and I’ve been taking photographs and video of Mark ever since.
Elliott Alston Brings you “Moments in Darkness” a series for black history in snowsports. Here’s Episode 2 keeping you educated on African American inventors and what they’ve contributed to the sport, Ben Hinkley and his achievements as a brother in the professional world, and Sammy Davis Jr.’s goggle sag v.s. the caucasian’s headband.
Hana Beaman is no stranger to the pixels of this website, so why not give her her own webisode series? Throughout the season Hana will have a new webisode every other Wednesday under the name “P.S.”…. You know, like P.S. I love you, but in Hana’s case it would be more like P.S….. well we won’t go there in fear of getting our asses kicked. In this fourth episode Hana Beaman gets into the Jackson Hole backcountry as well as the freshly opened Stash park. Guest appearances by Tara Dakides, Natasza Zurek, and Pat Bridges.
And the fun goes on with the powerboard semi-finals…
In the second episode of Cinematic Video. We catch up with Travis Rice at Baldface Lodge, Amidst waist deep pow, sunny skies and an amazing group of shred hungry friends. Travis slashed and shredded everything Baldface could offer up. Watch as Travis takes you along on his personal pow adventure that started his season out with a bang.
This series focuses on the life and travels of women’s pro snowboarder Hana Beaman. In this episode titled,”I don’t think we’re in Utah Anymore”. Hana travels to Von Zipper Headquaters then back SLC only to next find herself in the Jackson backcountry with Tara Dakides and some fireworks. Stay tuned for the next episode on March 3rd.