This past winter I did some shooting with young photog talent @zachbaranowski . His page is one of my favourite follows because his content is high quality and quite diverse, it’s not self congratulating Ski and bungee porn like mine is😬
Check him out! By the way... here’s another shot of me shredding 😂taken by Zach in the forest at @monttremblant from this past season 💯
Last year we got to visit the new One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan and I can tell you that it is an incredible building with a view on lady liberty that’s hard to be beat. It’s also a haunting place with a view directly down on ground zero which has now been converted in to an impressive fountain. It’s amazing to see what New York has been able to transform lower Manhattan into. 🗽
You could say that we have a passion for flinging people off rocks. But that makes us sound like weirdos. Psychological therapists in the vertical environment. That sounds better👌
Who is coming to jump with us to finish off the summer??
Super stoked to represent @peakperformancecan as an athlete once again this season. Today Mae, Tracy and I had a fantastic time at the national headquarters in Laval meeting with an awesome team that couldn’t be more fun to work with. Not only do they support me as an athlete but they will be one of the sponsors of our upcoming film “The First Season” (link in bio). Super thankful and can’t wait for this season 💯🙏
#tbt I scrolled through my phone until I hit all the white images and found this one snapped by @martinlabuda from @kickinghorsemtn during the @freerideworldtour week in February. Martin is off saving the world from forest fires right now so let’s think cold thoughts for him!
Face to face with the North Face of the Eiger this past winter.❄️❄️
One of my favourite mountains of the Alps, it actually has a railway tunnel inside the mountain with observation stations midway up the face, so you can get off the train and look down the sheer 6000 foot drop. Only in Switzerland
A #tbt from a mid winters morning back in March. Points for who can name the location! It’s mid summer and skiing is many months away, but we’re allowed to dream right!?
Photo by Ian McKay
Digging up a cold photo from deep in my phone from March in Switzerland. In the midst of the second big heatwave of the summer with temperatures in the mid 30s Celsius in my home town, there’s no time like the present to practice cooling off via visualisation! Moving our whole family into the basement during hot nights has helped also. What else is a good way to keep a baby cool?? Tips and tricks please!🔥🌡
Mae has the coolest mural in her room. As much as I’d like to take credit it was done entirely by her mum while I was away in Uganda. It was done entirely by hand by mapping the wall into smaller boxes and sketching out the entire scene with a pencil then following carefully with paint afterwards. I’m impressed every time I go in there at @moore.tracy.lynn ‘s masterpiece... yet somehow she still sleeps in our room every night? 😄
From our face inspection at the Kirkwood Freeride 4 star event. America is in our backyard, and anyone familiar with my feed sees that my we go there quite a lot, multiple times a year. But California is quite a ways from home, and it was an honour to get the invite to compete there back in April. Just one of many fond memories from that trip and many others this year in the land of the free! 🇺🇸🗽💯
What a savage and diverse landscape this country has. I took this photo traveling in the Rockies with my mum a couple of summers ago and it serves as a great reminder of all the special worlds contained inside this massive country. Where I am today is about 70 percent humidity and 40 degrees Celsius, yet somehow it’s not only the same planet at the same time of year, but the same country. Impressive 🇨🇦