Project: Sammy Carlson / OVER TIME
Role: Director / D.O.P

“What you are, and what you become, depends on how you use your time.”

Sammy Carlson and CK9 Studios’ new project OVER TIME is a reminder to make your hours count. There are a lot of unknowns in creating a high caliber ski film. You need a vision. You need storms to deliver snow. You need the weather to work in your favor. You need to consistently be at the top of your game. You need a good crew. You need good terrain. And more than anything, you need time for all of these things to align. Filmed purely in the heart of the backcountry, Over Time’s got it all: Powder, pillows, lines, backcountry booters, and incredible follow-cams.

It’s beautifully filmed and, of course, the skiing speaks for itself. We hope it inspires you to use your time wisely. It’s always snowing somewhere.

Project: Grind Now, Shine Later
Role: Cinematographer

Chris Boucher wasn’t supposed to be in the NBA. But he is. ‘Grind Now, Shine Later’ is the story of how he made it this far. It’s that unlikely underdog tale told again and again, but never ceases to amaze. It’s about overcoming adversity, against all odds, and turning negatives into positives. It’s about inspiring others through action. It’s about grinding now so you can shine later.

Project: Children Of The Columbia
Role: Cinematographer + Drone Pilot

Join big mountain skiers Dane Tudor and Christina Lustenberger as they travel up the waterway that shaped them, the mighty Columbia, home to some of the best skiing in the world. From Trail through Revelstoke and on to Kinbasket Lake, through the famed Selkirks, Monashees and Rocky Mountains, Dane and “Lusti” move northwards through a unique mountain culture. A land of stark contrast, where dams and development give way to wilderness, massive snows, and a sea of peaks.

Project: Loved By All
Role: Cinematographer + Drone Pilot + 1st AC

A child of the Khumbu, Apa Sherpa climbed Everest 21 times. Pulled away at the age of 12 to work as a high altitude porter, like so many others, he would leave his family for months, risking his life on the mountain. Through his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims to create a different future for his people.

National Geographic Short Film Showcase

The Short Film Showcase spotlights exceptional short videos created by filmmakers from around the web and selected by National Geographic editors. We look for work that affirms National Geographic’s belief in the power of science, exploration, and storytelling to change the world.

Project: Imagination
Role: Cinematographer + Drone Pilot

We’ve all been that kid sitting in the back seat of our family car, wishing we were somewhere else. Through the boredom, the driveway snow piles, sidewalk handrails and stair sets start to tease our inner skier. Watch day dreams come to life as Tom Wallisch shreds the snowy streets of Nelson, British Columbia.

Awards:

Silver Lion Cannes, 2018 / Best of The Year, Vimeo, 2018 / Best Canadian Film, Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2018 / Best Short Film, Kendall Mountain Film Festival 2018 / Best Film Snow Sports, Banff Mountain Film Festival 2018  / Best Short, IF3, 2017

Project: Rejoice / Sammy Carlson
Role: Cinematographer

Sammy Carlson 2018 Season Video Part.

“Rejoice”

Project: TSIRKU
Role: Assistant Editor

Located deep in the Saint Elias mountains where Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon converge, there is a place most skiers and snowboarders only dream of visiting. Brought to you by The North Face and Sherpas Cinema, Tsirku is a big-mountain adventure ski film featuring snowboarder Ralph Backstrom and skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten, who set out to tackle the fabled Corrugated spine lines of the Tsirku Glacier.