Current favorite piece/pieces of gear? Why?
My AVALON7 Mesh Faceshield. It keeps my face happy and warm on the coldest days, doesn't fog my goggles, and has amazing art printed on it!                 

What’s your “Back in my day, we…”? 
Just went outside to play. 

Who has inspired your skiing the most?     
Craig Kelly

Best recovery exercises?
Yoga and active stretching but most importantly sleep.                          

Ideal down day?
Flyfishing on a nice remote river then coming home to make some art.                           

Favorite on-mountain fuel/snack?
Hanah One.                       

Spiciest/most intimidating line you've skied or ridden this year? 
Mt Baker Banked Slalom in icy conditions with a partially torn MCL.

Goals in skiing/riding this next year?
To go further into my backyard in Jackson Hole and to make it back to Alaska.                           

What’s a great book you’ve read recently? 
The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey

Favorite mountain range?
The Tetons.                  

Working title for the book or movie about your life?
Seek the Stoke. 

Best moment filming with WME this year?
The best moments were had at Mike Wiegle heliskiing- It snowed so much everyday, and I couldn't believe that they could even fly the helis when it was snowing that hard, but we kept getting dropped off and got to ride some of the deepest snow I've ever ridden!

How did Warren Miller the man influence your skiing/riding career?
I always admired Warren's sense of humor, and he taught me to not take things so seriously. It is just snowboarding after all. He also inspired me as a filmmaker (which I went to school for). His passion for sliding on snow sparked a fire that created this crazy industry we are in and set the stage for making films that could inspire more people to get into the mountains and play, which is something that I continue to try to do. He leaves a beautiful legacy behind him. Thanks Warren!