Storm Show’s 2011 ski/ride adrenaline film promises to be its most adventurous undertaking to date. The record books were shattered with over 700 inches of snowfall having blasted the Teton Range of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As to be expected, pant-shitting lines go down one after another. On display is the deepest of deep that will leave your pants soggy, and massive cliff hucking that you can watch safely from your couch. Highlights include Jeff Leger’s legendary swan dives and Adam Osgood’s double-front flips off 100-foot cliffs, Derek Depiero’s first un-roped descent of Birdbrain Couloir in the Jackson Hole backcountry, and snowboarder Travis McAlpine’s first descent of the nauseatingly exposed Nomad Couloir. 2011 was one for the record books, and Action Jackson is the film that proves it. Simply epic!
Magic Moments is Storm Show’s 9th feature-length mountain film, following in the footsteps of their award-winning 2008 film, 600 Inches. Indulge in the safety of your own living room as the Storm Show crew basks in the heavenly depths of endless powder days, big lines and even bigger airs. Follow stuntman/speed-flier Matt Combs as he skis and soars off of previously untamed lines that end in massive and unsurvivable cliffs. Death-defying skier Mike Tierney continues to stack up first descents on the exposed faces of Cody Peak, skiing the “Talk Is Cheap” face and launching into “Central Couloir”, a feat only previously accomplished with a rope rappel. Seasoned veterans Andrew Whiteford, Ryan Vanlanen, and Lindsey Dyer show why they’ve devoted their lives to the eternal powder quest. These are the Magic Moments we dream of, ready for the willing.
*2009 Powder Video Awards: Lynsey Dyer, Best Female Skier.
The Storm Show crew has raised the stakes and reaped the goods for their 2005 film release, Falling Forward. Jackson’s premier skiers and riders navigate their way through death-defying exposure, ridiculously big airs, and dangerously deep powder. At the end of the day it’s (almost) all smiles & high-fives. Filmed in digital, HD, and 16mm formats, Falling Forward showcases the spectacular Jackson Hole region including the Teton, Gros Ventre, Snake River, and Wind River mountain ranges like you‘ve never seen before.
*awarded Best Line at 2005 Cold Smoke Awards.